Heritage Lottery supports our project development

Matched funding target: £250,000
£92,025 collected so far and £78,260 pledged
£79,715 to go – please help us by donating

Medieval wall paintings are under threat

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

Roof timbers need urgent repair

Rot and deathwatch beetle have attacked the oak beams…

Will you help us transform St Leonard's?

We need to raise £200,000 as matched funding…

We can transform this church

St Leonard’s can be repaired and better equipped to serve the whole community. Read more…

It has valuable heritage

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

We have a plan!

The Flamstead Heritage campaign aims to raise enough money to save St Leonard’s church. 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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Upcoming Events

Nov
10
Sat
2:30 pm “Wall paintings in Flamstead” ta... @ St Leonards Church
“Wall paintings in Flamstead” ta... @ St Leonards Church
Nov 10 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Have you ever puzzled over why St Leonard’s has such an extensive series of wall paintings, and what they mean? This talk will examine how they were made and by whom, their differing dates, meaning[...]
Nov
24
Sat
2:30 pm “Medieval graffiti” talk by Matt... @ St Leonard's Church
“Medieval graffiti” talk by Matt... @ St Leonard's Church
Nov 24 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
‘Medieval graffiti – putting Flamstead into the bigger picture’ – a talk by Matthew Champion (Historian and expert on medieval graffiti, and author of the acclaimed Medieval Graffiti: the lost voices of England’s churches)
Feb
23
Sat
2:30 pm “Stained glass in parish churche... @ St Leonard's Church
“Stained glass in parish churche... @ St Leonard's Church
Feb 23 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
‘Stained glass in the English parish church: through the ages’ Dr Jasmine Allen, (Curator, The Stained Glass Museum, Ely Cathedral)
Mar
9
Sat
2:30 pm “Who lies in the tomb? A Flamste... @ St Leonard's Church
“Who lies in the tomb? A Flamste... @ St Leonard's Church
Mar 9 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
‘Who lies in the tomb? A Flamstead mystery unlocked’ Professor Nigel Saul (Emeritus Professor of Medieval History at Royal Holloway, University of London, and author of English Church Monuments. History and Representation)

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The Flamstead Book Festival "Books in the Belfry" is back this year with a stellar line-up to help raise vital funds for the village church roof and other urgent repairs. HELEN PANKHURST, the great-granddaughter of suffragette leader Emmeline, headlines the 2018...