St James church,Burton in Kendal,Cumbria
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member fellsmanhiker
N 54° 11.151 W 002° 43.275
30U E 518190 N 6004235
Quick Description: The church of St.James here at Burton in Kendal is an ancient Gothic edifice with a square tower and 6 bells.
Location: United Kingdom
Date Posted: 4/22/2008 12:18:30 PM
Waymark Code: WM3MYT
Published By: Groundspeak Charter Member BruceS
Views: 26

Long Description:
The lower part of the church is Norman,as are parts of the nave,the E.window of the North chapel is slightly later of about 1300.
The rest of the church is of 1844 when it was fully repaired and restored.
Date the Church was built, dedicated or cornerstone laid: 01/01/1844

Age of Church building determined by?: Other reliable source

If denomination of Church is not part of the name, please provide it here: C of E

Street address of Church:
Burton in Kendal
Carlisle., Cumbria England

Secondary Website for Church or Historic Church Building: [Web Link]

If Church is open to the public, please indicate hours: Not listed

If Church holds a weekly worship service and "all are welcome", please give the day of the week: Not listed

Indicate the time that the primary worship service is held. List only one: Not Listed

Primary website for Church or Historic Church Building: Not listed

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