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Langford, St Bartholomew

Langford, St Bartholomew Langford, St Bartholomew



3rd Sunday of Month    10.00am    Morning Worship (Feb, Apr, June, Aug, Oct, Dec) This is normally lay led
                                      9.00 am    Holy Communion (Jan, Mar, May, Jul, Sept, Nov) Taken by the Rector or a member of the Clergy

Church Officers

Churchwarden:   Jeremy Steele

Treasurer: Jeremy Steele          PCC Secretary: Becky Whittaker

Organist : Peter Gill         Deputy Organist Christine Hasman

Contact:  Jeremy Steele

12 Bell Lane
NG23 7LR

(01636) 893143 Chuchwarden or (01636) 892020  Alternative contact


Family History

If you are researching your family history in Langford, please try the East Trent Genealogy website.


Find Us

Holme Lane, Langford, Newark, NG23 7RT

The church is a short way up a track to the west of the old vicarage.

  • St Bartholomew Langford

The present Langford church was built when the village was larger around 1200AD. After the parish of Holme was incorporated into Langford a vicarage was built in 1860 next to the church to serve both Langford and Holme.

Over the past twenty years, despite the small size of the community, the church has been the subject of a major restoration programme, costing over a quarter of a million pounds, thanks to the dedication of a committed group of local people. It is now watertight, sound and looking clean and bright.