One of our main objectives as a charity is to promote the Parish Church of All Saints’ Brixworth. We actively do this in several ways including welcoming visitors to the church and sharing the unique history of the building. The Church is usually open to visitors during the daylight hours unless there is a church event on.
It is our aim to keep the Friends’ supporters and the public up to date with news of works, both present and future, on the fabric of the church and also on events and activities, raising awareness and funds for future projects; this is done via our website and through direct communication by email and Facebook pages.
We welcome individuals and various sized groups to the church and offer guided tours, both inside and outside the church, throughout the year. These cover the history of the church from its early beginnings, the developments through the centuries and the archaeological evidence discovered through excavations.
Within the church, there are a number of publications for sale which explore the history and archaeology of the church further and a useful illustrated guidebook, highlighting different aspects and artefacts. There is a facility to order these publications on this website (click here).