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St Michael's Church

St Michael's Church St Michael's Church

St Michael’s Church was re-built in 1846 on or near the site of a fine Saxon church. It contains an effigy of Sir Robert Goushill, whose ancestor was the Sheriff of Nottingham in 1280, and a fine tympanum. They were both re-housed in the new building and stonework from the old church can still be found in many Hoveringham gardens.



Church wardens

Sir Edward Nall  -Telephone  0115 966 3634

Nicholas Litherland  -  Telephone 0115 9663068

St Michael's Church St Michael's Church