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St. Bartholomew's Church, Longdon

Introduction Information Services Location Gallery History


Welcome to St. Bartholomew's Church, Longdon on Tern. Below you will find details of our clergy and leaders, a list of our services, the location of our church, a short history of the church and gallery of pictures. If you are ever in this area please visit us - you will be made very welcome.

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Team Vicar:
The Rev. Suzan Williams

The Vicarage, High Ercall, Telford, Shropshire, TF6 6BS
Phone: 01952-770395
Email: swiliams690@googlemail.com

Ros Andrew
Doreen Brown

Tony Field
Rosalie Wheeldon

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Below is a list of our regular services. Any changes / extra services can also be found below.



1st Sunday of the month 9.45 am Family Service
2nd Sunday of the month 9.45 am Morning Service
3rd Sunday of the month 9.45 am Holy Communion
4th Sunday of the month 9.45 am Morning Service
5th Sunday of the month - Deanery Service at one of our churches
Sunday 6th March
Lent 4
9.45 am Mothering Sunday Service
Sunday 27th March
9.45 am Family Communion

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St. Bartholomew's Church, Longdon on Tern is sited about 4 miles north of the A5 and about 6 miles north of the Wrekin on the B5063.

If you would like to see a very detailed map of the area (1:50,000) then click here to go to Streetmap.

If you would like a small scale map (1:200,000) showing Longdon on Tern relative to the major road network then click here to go to Streetmap.

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We hope to add pictures of our church in the near future.

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The Church that stands today is The Church of St Bartholomew. This is a small 18th century, Grade II listed, Georgian stone and red brick church. Built in 1742 the church has seen major alterations and an extension in the late 19th century. On the same site stands the refurbished Grade II* listed Longdon-Upon-Tern village hall, formerly a schoolhouse provided by the Duke of Sutherland and opened in 1849; a decline in population meant the school closed in 1970.

The west gallery was refurbished in 2010 and can now be used for musical events. The church has excellent acoustics.

The aqueduct over the River Tern, not far from the church, is the oldest surviving cast iron aqueduct in the world. Begun in 1794 by Josiah Clowes, it was completed by Thomas Telford in 1796.

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