Booklet containing a short description of the architectural history of the church from before 1066 to 1936.
Architectural History of St. Nicholas Church Leicester
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 3071 L/013
- Dates of Creation1936-1950. Date Unknown, earliest possible date 1936.
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description1 Envelope
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
St Nicholas Church, situated on Holy Bones beside Jewry Wall, is an Anglican Parish Church, and is considered the oldest place of worship in Leicester. The Church was partly built out of Roman material taken from ruins, while other sections are Norman. It was extensively renovated in the 1870s. This leaflet was produced at the request of the Vicar and wardens as a guide for visitors to the church.
Open for general access. External researchers are advised to make an appointment with the archivist.
Physical Characteristics and/or Technical Requirements
Item is in good condition.
Catalogued by Gursharan Hayre, Graduate Champion, January 2018
Conditions Governing Use
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