Somersham Church is open daily from 9am – 4pm
Enter by the South Porch door
The Church is open for visitors and any members of the public to wander around or use for private prayer and/or meditation. Most of the building is accessible to visitors except for the vestry and the bell tower which are locked.
There is a toilet in the church vestry but unfortunately it is only accessible when there is a service or public event in the church.
There is limited on-street parking outside church and a small free public car park on the opposite side of the road to the church.
|Ten Top Attractions in Somersham Church
Medieval Roof Bosses
A surviving Memorial Brass in the Sanctuary
Medieval Five Lock Chest made of a single piece of timber
East Window – a memorial to Somersham soldiers who died in the First World War
The remains of the doorway and stairway to the former Rood Loft
Brass Candelabrum hanging in the Sanctuary
Various stone plaques and memorials in the Chancel and Sanctuary
Stone Font given by a former Rector
Early 20th Century Pipe Organ
Old Hurst, Pidley and Woodhurst Churches are also open daily