Church

Interior of the Church Hartest All Saints church

A hotch-potch of add-ons gives this church a certain character, love it, or hate it. The pitch of every roof is different from its neighbour; Tudor brickwork repairs intrude in the flint walls, but look up at the tower and you can’t help but admire the fine brickwork below the crenellations. There are porches north and south, the latter having a stoup within. The building is mostly 15th c. having been heavily restored about that time. The piscina is in a pillar which was, I think, at one time part of the nave wall before the north aisle was built. The octagonal pulpit is Stuart and has simple decorated panels on each face.  

 

Text courtesy of Adrian S Pye
Palm Sunday Parade on Hartest Village Green

Palm Sunday Parade on Hartest Village Green

 

Rector; The Revd Mr Patrick Prigg                    01787 282164  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rector; The Revd Mr Patrick Prigg                    01787 282164  

 revpatrick@btinternet.com

 

Churchwardens: 

Mrs Sarah Howell Mrs Saxon Gotts/ Mr Richard Weller-Poley

 

 

PCC Secretary:   Position vacant 

 

             

Wardens Team;  Mrs Jill Danckwerts / Mr Roger Herring 

HARTEST CEMETERY

For information regarding the cemetery please click here.

 

 What a window!

 

 Entrance to the Church