Hoar Cross, Staffordshire. England DE13 8QR
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Guided Visits

Contact: Peter Humpidge 01283 575460 peter@humpidge.co.uk

The building is normally open to the public from 10.00 am until about 5.00 pm or dusk whichever is earlier. For security reasons, access is limited to the Nave. Conducted tours can be arranged for groups at a mutually convenient time by contacting the Tour Co-ordinator. Refreshments can be provided by arrangement. To help Church funds, we request a donation for these tours based on the number of people in the party-

<20 people £25.00

20<40 people £50.00

<40 people £75.00

An application form can be obtained from the Tour Co-ordinator.



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