Where to find us
We are located in the village of Barrow on Trent in South Derbyshire.
St Wilfrid’s Church
There is no parking outside the church but there is a car park located a short walk away at The Susie Dixon Memorial Park (opposite the Village Hall)
We are open to visitors during all of our advertised events; just look for the flag in the churchyard to say that the church is open. In addition, the services each month are advertised on the website and the church noticeboard – you are welcome to come in for a look around before and after the main service.
For security and safety reasons we are not able to leave the church open and unattended. However, you can always email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a visit if you would like a tour of the church. We also intend to have stewards in attendance in the church at set times in the future. Please keep an eye on our website and Facebook for information on this.
Your Guide to St Wilfrid’s
If you scan this QR code (below) with your phone you will be taken to a page to download the i-beacon tour app. This app will give you a guided tour around St Wilfrid’s when you visit pointing out areas of interest and facts about the building and its former life.
Below is a copy of our leaflet which also gives you lots of information about the history of the church and interesting details to look out for on your visit. (you can also save a copy of this leaflet to your PC or phone)
Get in touch
To enquire about booking the church for your event or to ask the team a question please email email@example.com
If you would like to offer your services as a volunteer for our events or have an idea of an event you’d like to work with us on email firstname.lastname@example.org
Email email@example.com or call Anne Heathcote on 07887 656948.
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My ancestry line is the Bancrofts and many are said to have died there. Do you have burial records from the 1600 to 1700s? My daughter and I are coming fom the US in May and would love to be in contact with someone about researching our roots in your community. Thanks, Ruth Densey