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We visited Staunton Harold Church during our walk by the reservoir, the church was lovely and is... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Walsall, United Kingdom
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Lovely little estate church check for opening days and times to vies interior limited opening... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Angela H
Derby, United Kingdom
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“holy trinity”(2 reviews)
“garden centre”(3 reviews)
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We visited Staunton Harold Church during our walk by the reservoir, the church was lovely and is worth seeing.

Thank ldgp14
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Lovely little estate church check for opening days and times to vies interior limited opening. Lovely stained glass windows and see the long lead fall pipes on the exterior set in lovely grounds

Thank Angela H
Reviewed 25 June 2018 via mobile

I visited to just have a look but the guide in the church was so knowledgeable. I left with so much information on the family, the ceiling, the memorials etc. So pleased to have visited.

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Reviewed 5 November 2017 via mobile

A very small church on the estate and until quite recently the only national trust property in Leics.. I wouldn’t say it’s worth making a big journey for but there are other things on the Staunton Harrold estate so can combine with that . Check...More

Thank Alison23lufbra
Reviewed 16 October 2017 via mobile

When we visited the Staunton Harold Church wasn’t really expecting much but the knowledge and passion shown by the National Trust volunteer made the visit really enjoyable, with lots of history and stories provided. Thank you

Thank PompeyMatt
Reviewed 17 September 2017

This rare 17th century church built by Robert Shirley in the gothic style to snub the Cromwellian authorities who were of the puritan persuasion is ideally sited between a lake and a stately home. Picture perfect it is owned by the National Trust . The...More

Thank kishere t
Reviewed 16 September 2017

We attempted a visit to this church on two occasions; the first made us aware of opening hour restrictions such that we were suitably informed for our second visit however, the church was well and truly locked upon our second attempt that was definitely within...More

Thank cehvj
Reviewed 29 August 2017

The whole of Staunton Harold Estate is superb, but standing in pride of place is the magnificent Church of the Holy Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Spirit). This church, built in the 17th Century and designed by a young architect who died when aged 29...More

Thank jrdo5959
Reviewed 13 August 2017

What a beautiful church. So pretty and unspoilt. Wonderful painted ceiling, the first I have ever seen like this and the guide was a mind of information. The history was amazing and the setting, well it was a beautiful sunny day when we visited so...More

Thank Carol M
Reviewed 25 July 2017

I have wanted to visit this church for a long time and was not disappointed. It is all of a piece, with original box pews and hat pegs, a most unusual ceiling painting showing the progression from chaos to light and a very interesting story....More

Thank Clare A
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