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The Old Vicarage, Station Road, Brixworth, Northampton NN6 9DF, UK – 01604 882014
Saxon and later church with some re-used Roman bits too. The largest surviving Anglo Saxon building in the country. In continuous use since the 7th Century. Free car park by the church.
Beautiful ancient church. Believed to be one of the oldest if not the oldest church in the British Isles to be still in continuous use.
Spratton Rd, Brixworth, Northampton NN6 9DS, UK – 01604 889030
A very friendly and welcoming church, with a good age range of people. There are usually about 70 people attending, where Jesus is preached, and Worship in song is lead by our music group. During the week there is an opportunity to attend a weekly prayer meeting and a range of Home Groups. A vibrant Junior Church on Sundays and different activities for Children, are held during the week. Aiso, an Alpha Courses for men and women starting each September to Christmas.
For a quick healthly lunch, this is the place to go when passing on the A508 or in Brixworth visiting. Lunchtime can get very busy as seating is only for about 18-20 maximum. The range of food is typical for a small eatary in a village, but always tasty and very healthly if you choose well.
Violet Ln, Creaton NN6 8NR, UK – 01604 505784
St. Michael & All Angels Church forms part of the Uplands Benefice. Regular Sunday Services, wheel-chair accessible with able bodied assistance. Several steps at gate and straight but uphill path to the Church. No toilet facilities. Six light Bells, ground floor ringing area. Limited on-street car parking adjacent to Lych gate on Violet Lane.