St Peter & St Paul Church Harlington
St Peter & St Paul Church Harlington

Church History

Like so many ecclesiastical buildings, Harlington church represents the architectural styles of many centuries.  Essentially, however, it is a medieval structure whose earliest part, the Nave, dates from the Twelfth century.  The Chancel was built in the Fourteenth and Sixteenth centuries respectively.  The most recent additions are the North Aisle (1880) and the Choir Vestry (1966). Periodically the flint walls and stonework dressings have been sympathetically restored, but until 1880 they were obstructed by a coat of plaster.  The roof which was completely retiled in 1974 is unusual in that the Chancel is higher than the Nave.


Please read more about this beautiful historic church in the tabs on the left of this page......


Community Activites:

all are welcome




"The Hurbs "- Harlington Ukulele Rainbow Band.

(Next meeting on Wednesday 16th February at 2pm in the church hall - all are welcome to join us).




Activities, Songs, Stories, Food and Fun.

Please see Creativity page at top for more details.





Click on "community activities" page above for more details !







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