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The Church of St. Mary the Virgin was built in Early English style.
In the spring of 1864 work started on completely restoring the church as the tower had become dangerous and was in a generally dilapidated condition.
The church contains one of the country’s oldest memorial monuments, - a 14th Century monumental slab, referred to in the Facsimile Society’s book as a "deeply cut recumbent figure, very perfect". This was relocated during the restoration into the Vestry – "a place of safety".
Please come and join us at Weston By Welland Church services, all are welcome.
Priest in charge:
Rev. Sally Hughes,
28 Rushton Road,
Tel: 01536 770998.