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redmarshall3resizeSt Cuthbert’s, Redmarshall lies on the outer edge of the village. The grade I listed church building, dates from the late 12th century and contains Jacobean box pews. Attached to the nave is the Langton Chapel which contains recumbent effigies of Sir Thomas and Lady Sybil de Langton. In the sancturary there is an Easter Sepulchre and Sedilia.

Most recently, the church suffered the loss of the lead roof causing great damage to the building. This has now been repaired and the church is looking as good as new again.

The congregation at St Cuthbert’s follows the regular worship pattern:

First Sunday of the month: 6:00pm 

Second, and Fourth Sunday: 9:00am