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The Church at Barrow on Trent is mentioned in the Domesday Book.

It is now known as St Wilfrid, but has been previously dedicated to St Helen and also to St Luke.

At the same time the upper parts of the tower were added and also the South Porch.

In the Chancel, there used to be another bay further east which was knocked down (probably fallen into ruin during the Commonwealth) and a mixed lot of stone was used over the East Window that includes a part of a ‘Lorraine cross’ or double cross, the mark of the Hospitallers.

The Main Features One of the fascinating features of the church is the number of clues that exist that show the changes that have been made over the years and the developments made due to its changing circumstances.

It is believed that the two east bays and the North aisle are the oldest part c. A metre or two beyond the present North Door can be seen the outline of the original door position.

For more information contact Anne Heathcote (01332 703915) Our usual Sunday pattern is: 1st Sunday in the month: 9.00 a.m. However, this is unjustified and undervalues the significance of a fine medieval parish church successfully serving the needs of its country parish whilst suffering the privations of neglect and eventually desecration of its fine artefacts.

Holy Communion (said) 2nd Sunday in the month: 10.30 a.m. The church, much admired for its simplicity and light, has survived as a remarkable monument to its rural history and the present PCC are researching its past and will produce a document chronicling its history.

We offer a varied pattern of Sunday services including both quiet, reflective Holy Communion and our monthly Worship for All, to which families are particularly welcome, young and old. Contact the membership secretary, Judith on 01332 862326.

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