The beautiful Parish church in King’s Sutton has been cared for by generations of villagers
who have repaired the fabric after many gales. Reports of the spire and pinnacles being damaged
appear throughout its history. In 1900 the spire and roof
restoration cost £850., no doubt a sizeable sum at that time.
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|Notes about recent updates.....
1. Home Page updated 4th October
2. Stats updated.......14th September
3. The War Years updated 4th October
4. Historical Documents page updated 4th October
Village People.....A collection of naratives telling about the lives of various people from the village....some written by the individuals themselves. During this time of remembrance of the First World War the written account of Arthur Halestrap born in 1898 gives an insight into his experience in the trenches.