Holy Trinity Church
Holy Trinity Morton Bagot is to quote Pevsner:
That rare thing: an unrestored and unneglected church.
It is a simple 13th Century small village church, with an uncomplicated nave and a peaceful chancel with stone walls. Electricity and mains water have never intruded on the ancient stone. In the depths of winter the candlelight is magical.
The setting on a bank next to Church Farm is stunning. There are open views of the hills around, with an iron age fort clearly visible behind the church.
Below is a list of services for the next three months. For more information please go to the Church Diary page.