Heritage open day: Evening walk

What: Evening (sunset) walking visiting the remains of St Peters’ Church.
A 1.5-mile (2.5km) circular walk by canal through Stanton Low park to the church remains and site of manor, at sunset.
Suitable for children over 6 who must be accompanied buy a responsible adult.

Where: Stonepit Field car park, Wolverton Rd, Gt Linford, MK14 5AT

When: Sat 9th Sept 19:00

Access: walk along canal towpath and rough land; please wear suitable clothing.

No booking needed.

Contact: 07951 540110.

Heritage open day: history walk

What: Exploring St Peter’s Church, Stanton Low; a history walk.

A 4-mile (6.3km) circular walk incorporating a vising to St James’ Church, New Bradwell, to see the Normal Arch and the historical display, then onward through Stanton Low Park to the church remains.
Suitable for children over 6 who must be accompanied buy a responsible adult.

Where: Stonepit Field car park, Wolverton Rd, Gt Linford, MK14 5AT

When: Fri 8th Sept 10:00

Access: walk along canal towpath and rough land; please wear suitable clothing.

No booking needed.

Heritage open day: exhibition of artifacts

What: Exhibition of artefacts and pictures associated with St Peter’s Church.

A display featuring the Norman Arch, wooden artefacts and Temple family gravestones from the church, as well as pictorial memories of St Peters and the community at Stanton Low.

Where: St James’ Church, New Bradwell, MK13 5LG

When:
Fri 8th Sept 10:00 – 15:00
Sat 9th Sept 10:00 – 13:00

Access: steps up to see gravestones.

No booking needed.

History Festival 2017

Thank you to everyone who turned out for the History Festival and were brave enough to be photographed as a medieval knight and lady!
We had an amazing response and hope you will come to St James Church, New Bradwell on 8th and 9th September for our Heritage Open Day when we will show off some of the treasures of St Peter’s Church. Brochure out soon.

Heritage Open Day 9th Sept

Heritage Open Days Sept 2016

Exhibition of Artefacts and Pictures Associated with St. Peter’s Church, Stanton Low.

Friday 9th September, 10.00am to 3.00pm and Saturday, 10th September, 10.00am to 3.00pm

Arranged by the Save St. Peter’s Church group, in association with St. James’ Church, New Bradwell

A display featuring the Norman Arch, wooden artefacts and Temple family gravestones from the church built around 1150 A.D. and pictorial memories of the community at Stanton Low.
Light refreshments available.
The Exhibition is at St. James’ Church, Church Street, off Newport Road, New Bradwell, Milton Keynes, MK13 5LG
Access – Steps only up to altar area to see gravestones.

Secretary of Save St. Peters group: savestpeters@hotmail.co.uk

John Piper’s sketch of the arch:
John Piper's sketch of the church

The arch today: