National Lottery supports our heritage project

Thanks to National Lottery players and the
generosity and support
of local people,
funds, trusts and local organisations

we can now repair St Leonard’s Church

Wall paintings will be saved

Some of these paintings date back to the 13th century…

Roof timbers will be repaired

Rot and deathwatch beetle have attacked the oak beams…

Heritage will be shared

We have an exciting programme of activities…

Preparing for the repairs

Preparing for the repair project involved detailed survey work using high tech laser scanners Read more…

An evolving heritage building

The church contains medieval wall paintings dating from the 13th century, graffiti carved in the 1500s. Read more…

Project progress report

After a three-year fundraising campaign we are nearing the point of starting repairs. Read more…

You can help too

It’s not just about money, it’s about getting people interested and involved as volunteers in our project. Read more…

Flamstead Heritage is at risk

We are raising money to save this beautiful church and its medieval murals

 

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Let the repair work begin…

The 14th September 2020 marked a significant milestone for the Flamstead Heritage Project: the first lorry arrived onsite to start the 9-month work of repair and restoration at St Leonard's Church! This project is being supported by the National Lottery Heritage fund,...

Flamstead Children’s Village Show

We had planned another exciting heritage scarecrow tableau in the Church during our 2020 Scarecrow Festival, and to add some arts and crafts classes focused on the history of St Leonard's to the children's competition classes in the September Village Show....