The traditional Common Prayer service takes place out of doors, in front of Hartwell Church.
This spectacular and romantic mid-18th-century church is built in the 'Gothic’ style. The church was built between 1753 and 1755 to a design by Henry Keene for Sir William Lee. It has two towers and sits in the landscaped grounds of Hartwell House, now a luxurious country hotel. Henry Keene designed the church for Sir William Lee. It is octagonal with east and west towers, and is thought to echo the chapter house at York Minster.
Please bring your own chair.
Led by Reverend Cassa Messervy Rector of the Wychert Vale Benefice