St Mary Magdalene’s Church has stood at the centre of our village since the early 13th century. Its size reflecting the importance of Waltham in medieval times, when the village was one of the seven largest in Leicestershire.
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• The stone faces
• Recent repairs and restoration
• The bells, the bells
• Ringing in 2009
• The church crypt – or is it?
We also have two similar views of the village taken from the church tower, some 100 years apart. Click here to view them