Bisbrooke Churchyard

    Selected Wild Place / Other Wild Places / Public Rights of Way / VC55 boundary

    Getting There

    The church is located in the eastern area of the village, on Church Lane.

    To get to Bisbrooke from the A47, take either Baulk Road (becoming Botton Lane in the village) or Glaston Road. Church Lane leads off both of these.

    The best option for parking is a small car park to the east of the church, but some additional roadside parking may be available on Main Street.

    The nearest bus stop is in Glaston, a 20-minute walk away. Be sure to check the timetable before travelling.

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    The little village of Bisbrooke is just a couple of miles east of Uppingham, close to the A47. St John the Baptist Church was completely rebuilt in 1871 in the style of a 13th century church, with coursed ironstone fabric and a limestone floor. The churchyard is reasonably small, with some  common churchyard flora.



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