St Philip & St James church, Ratby Gammock

St Philip & St James

The church has been built in four stages from the 13th century to 15th century and restored by Nicholas Joyce in 1881.

Ratby, Leicestershire

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43 Church Lane

The church was appropriated to Leicester Abbey in 1291 and afterwards to Nuneaton Priory.[3] There are also some cottages dating back several centuries.

  • Enchanting atmosphere

  • Parking within 250m

  • Church of England

  • Heritage Stimulus Fund Grant, £26,108, 2021

  • The grant will help with repairs to masonry, windows, roof and rainwater goods

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St Martin

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Reference to St Martin’s church occurs in the Matriculus of 1220 when Hugh de Grantmesnil a powerful baron who owned much land in Leicestershire, gave it to the Abbot of Ware, who was Proctor of the monks of St. Evroult in Normandy, France.

St Peter

Thornton, Leicestershire

Very largely Early English in character; the nave and the two aisles dating from the beginning of the 14th century or slightly earlier.