St Hilda's Church, Sherburn

The guide to our Church can be found at

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 The history of the Church of St Hilda stretches back to Norman times, as shown by the tower and nave, plus there are some fragments of Saxon sculpture and medieval glass.  It was extensively restored in the last century and the completion of the work was celebrated by the erection of a memorial cross in the village.  Today we are greeted by a fine lych-gate and inside we find many examples of ornate wood carvings including the font cover, rood screen and choir stalls.

Church Warden

Mr K Usher (Keith), Beckfield, 3 Eastbeck Close, Sherburn, Malton YO17 8PU   Tel 01944 711448   

Page updated  20 July 2016