St Mary’s Church

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St Mary's Hill/St Mary's Street




The church was built by the twelfth century, the tower in the thirteenth century and the spire in the fourteenth century.

One of the glories of St Mary's is the 14th century (part of its east wall is 2nd phase 13th century) Corpus Christi Chapel (North Chapel). It is the earliest part of the church and has connections with an educational foundation that later became Stamford School. The ceiling is one of the very few decorated medieval wagon vaults to survive in the East Midlands, although many can still be found in the West Country.

Access: Small step on entry


Stamford Georgian Festvial

01780 763203

Stamford Arts Centre, 27 St Mary's Street, Stamford, Lincs PE9 2DL


The Stamford Georgian Festival is core funded and organised by South Kesteven District Council