Holy Trinity, Warmwell,
Congregations are usually about 12 at their Holy Communion service on the third Sunday of each month; congregations at Christmas and Easter are much larger.
It is an ancient church dating back
to the early English period, 1200-
1300. It has been repaired and restored over the years but still has many original features. Loving care has been taken of the War Graves in the churchyard under the supervision of the War Graves Commission. Visit us on TripAdvisor.
Parking is available either in the farmyard by The Saddlery opposite the church gate (but please take care crossing the road, and on the narrow pavement leading to the gate); OR, for up to 8 cars, at the top of The Old Rectory drive, accessed as you come down from the roundabout, as you enter the village. From the former, there are two steps and a slope up to the building, and from the latter, a flat though reasonably long surfaced path. Private toilets can be used on request.