St. Nicholas’ Church in North & Middle Littleton was originally constructed in the 12th century but significantly remodelled in the 13th century. Later works were completed by the Victorian architect Frederick Preedy created the church as it is today. The churchyard sits next to the 17th century Jacobean Manor House (privately owned) and behind the church is a 14th century Tithe Barn owned and maintained by the National Trust. 

The church has recently installed under-pew heating and is usually open for visitors. There is prayer space in the south transept for those who want some peace and quiet, and tea and coffee facilities for passing visitors.

Worship is on Sunday afternoons at 4:30pm. Please see the Home page for more details.

There are currently no kitchen or toilets facilities

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