Burton-le-Coggles Church

Church of St Thomas of Canterbury, Burton-le-Coggles
Church of St Thomas of Canterbury, Burton-le-Coggles

Burton-le-Coggles is a small, pretty, traditional village located south of Grantham in south Lincolnshire. Originally “Byrton-en-les-Coggles” – named for the path of cobbles (or coggles) which ran through the area – the village is mentioned in Domesday, when it had several farms, extensive woods and a mill. Today the village is still mainly an agricultural village with a population of about 100 spread over 48 households.

The church usually has 12 services a year, with every third service being Holy Communion. The Church holds a Harvest Festival each year (a Harvest Service followed by a Harvest Supper) as well as an annual Carol Service.

The Church is open daily throughout the year – hours are advertised outside the Church.

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Corby Glen Benefice

Priest-in-Charge: Revd Stephen Buckman
Tel: 01476 550884
E-mail: revstephen <at> btinternet.com

The Corby Glen Benefice is a group of six churches working together to show the love of God and to serve the communities they belong to:

Services are held every week at Corby Glen, Swayfield and Irnham. Monthly services are held at Burton-le-Coggles, Bitchfield and Bassingthorpe. For details of times and types of service, please see Church Services etc.

The churches at Corby Glen, Irnham, Burton and Bitchfield are open daily for visitors and private prayer.