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St. Bartholomews Church (Quorn)

[An image showing St. Bartholomews Church]St. Bartholomew’s is the parish church of the famous Leicestershire village of Quorn.

It has, however, only been the parish church since the 19th century, having previously been a chapel of ease, to which priests walked from Barrow-upon-Soar to take services.

The church is built of the local Mountsorrel granite, and has some Norman work, including a Norman South doorway and priest’s doorway. Most of the structure, however, dates from the 14th century.

There is a fine chapel, the Farnham Chapel, containing monuments of the powerful local Farnham family.

St. Bartholomew’s is used jointly by the Church of England and the Methodists.

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