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St. Giles’ Church, Tattenhoe

 

St Giles' has been described as an “Anglican Peculiar"; for years this Church stood by itself in the middle of fields, the village of Tattenhoe having disappeared long ago. The present church buildings date from 1540 though it is thought that a church stood here as long ago as 1100. It has been derelict many times, restored and kept going by a succession of churchwardens.

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Sunday services

9.30am - Morning Service

  • Holy Communion on first and third Sundays

Between May and November there is also a series of Evensong services using the Book of Common Prayer at 6:30pm on particular Sundays.

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