The Heritage Centre
Set in a stunning setting, overlooking the ‘lost’ village destroyed by fire in 1684, the remains of the chancel of the medieval church is home to the Churchill and Sarsden Heritage Centre. It tells the story of the village, using touchscreen technology and digital displays.
In addition to the stories of the geologist
William Smith and Warren Hastings (first governor general of India), who were both born in Churchill, there is a wealth of other information about the area and its community over hundreds of years. The current exhibition is about the history of farming in the local area.
The Heritage Centre is open from Easter to the end of September on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays from 2.00 - 4.30pm.
Admission is free.
For further information go to the Heritage Centre website at churchillheritage.org.uk