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Ribble Valley Borough Council

Historic Churches in Ribble Valley

St. Helen's Church Waddington

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Set in the picturesque village of Waddington St. Helen's church has been rebuilt at least four times since 1435.

The present church originates from 1899 - 1901 built in the early perpendicular style. Only the tower remains from the medieval church, it contains a 19th Century window with St. Helen flanked by the Saxon chieftain Wadda and King Henry VI - both thought to be significant characters in the history of the village.

Of interest in the church itself is the medieval font and the Browsholme Chapel originally used as a burial chamber for the local Parker family of Browsholme Hall.

Open

During daylight hours

Services

Sunday 8 a.m. and 10.45 a.m.

Enquiries 01200 422481