Great Easton Churchyard

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

    Getting There

    Great Easton can be accessed directly from the A6003 via Great Easton Road. Once in the village, take the right fork onto the High Street, and then again onto Church Bank.

    Some roadside parking is available, but please be mindful of residents and signage.

    The RF1 (Centrebus) bus passes through the village and stops at the bottom of Church Bank.

    https://bustimes.org/localities/great-easton-leics

    Wild places

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    Description

    At the south eastern tip of Leicestershire is the village of Great Easton set in the Welland valley and very close to the borders with Northamptonshire and Rutland. It is just south of the Eyebrook Reservoir. The earliest parts of the church date from the 13th century, and the structure probably replaced an earlier Norman church built on the site. It is built of ironstone with some grey limestone dressings. The churchyard is well-maintained, and has some mature trees along the perimeter.

    Status

    Churchyard

    Further Information

    https://www.leicestershirechurches.co.uk/great-easton-church-st-andrew/

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