The work of maintaining this lovely 800 year old building is a continuous process.
In March 2021 work was completed on a section of wall that had collapsed due to a sunken rain water drain, and replacement of the cock n' hen cap stones that were crumbling.
The cost of this work was raised in part by donations; particularly those in memory of our late Church Warden, Ken Shrimpton, but also thanks to grants from the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Historic Churches Trust with which he had a long standing connection and the Skinners's Company Lady Neville Charity.
The Skinners' Company is one of the ancient trade guilds of the City of London and makes grants through the Lady Neville Charity for a range of smaller scale projects.
Our thanks to all who contribute to the life and continuance of this church.
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