St. John the Baptist church, Stanbridge

 

ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST, STANBRIDGE

The Church of St John the Baptist became a Grade I listed building on 3 February 1967. It was a former chapel of ease to Leighton Buzzard until it became a separate benefice in 1735.

History

The Church of St John the Baptist became a Grade I listed building on 3 February 1967. It was a former chapel of ease to Leighton Buzzard until it became a separate benefice in 1735.

Features

Ironstone with Totternhoe stone. South aisle and chancel. Late C15 chancel. Slightly later arcades of 4 bays with octagonal piers and double chamfered arches. C15 west tower and clerestory. Octagonal Jacobean pulpit. Church much restored late C19.

Address

St John the Baptist Church
Tilsworth Road, Stanbridge
Beds, LU7 9HT