The Church of Wolfrida, BH21 7JA
The 1401 Parish Church dedicated to Saint Wolfrida, once abbess of Horton Abbey, fell into ruins by 1720. The current church, rebuilt in 1722, boasts a tower designed by Vanbrugh, and contains a number of interesting artifacts and memorials.
History of St Wolfrida, Horton
Horton and Local History
- Breakfast Church 09.00 Third Sunday of each month in The Horton and Chalbury Village Hall Hall (booking required – please contact Rev Suzie for details of ‘how to’)
- Parish Communion 10.00 First Sunday of Each Month
Parish Communion is normally recorded live each Sunday and can be found on Suzie’s Vimeo channel by the day after.
Include the following:
- Harvest Service and Harvest Supper,
- Carols around the Christmas Tree, and
- the Horton and Chalbury Fete in Mid July
General useful information
The Community have a wonderful asset, The Horton and Chalbury Village Hall which is well equipped, light and versatile with good parking. www.hortonandchalburyvillagehall.com
Parking is very limited outside St Wolfrida’s however the Horton and Chalbury Village Hall is nearby and may be booked www.hortonandchalburyvillagehall.com