Welcome to

Leam Valley Churches

Flecknoe, Grandborough, Leamington Hastings & Willoughby, Warwickshire

We are the Churches of St Mark in Flecknoe, St Peter in Grandborough, All Saints in Leamington Hastings (including the Church of the Good Shepherd in Broadwell) and St Nicholas in Willoughby.

 

Situated in the beautiful Leam Valley in Warwickshire, we lie in a lovely rural location just to the south of Rugby and together we make up the Leam Valley Churches. You can read our latest newsletter here - The Leam Valley Messenger.  

We offer a wide variety of services to appeal to all worship styles, and whichever church you visit, you can be assured of a warm welcome! 

Watch the latest from Rev Phil

Find out more about Rev Phil and watch his latest sermon on the

Draycote and Leam Valley YouTube Channel

Sunday Sermons

Sunday Sermons

Sunday Sermons
Sunday sermon 16012020

Sunday sermon 16012020

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Sunday Sermon from 23/01/2022

Sunday Sermon from 23/01/2022

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Candlemas: What is Church for #1

Candlemas: What is Church for #1

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What is the Church for #2

What is the Church for #2

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Leamington Hastings

Church of England Academy

We are very lucky to have an excellent Infant School in Leamington Hastings parish. 

 

Leamington Hastings Academy is a small infant school and nursery within easy reach of Rugby, Daventry, Southam and Coventry, offering extended care from 7:45 AM to 6:00 PM.

 

It offers nursery places to children from the age of 2 years 9 months and school places to children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2.

 

Upcoming Services and Events

safeguarding

Leam Valley Churches takes safeguarding very seriously. You can access our safeguarding policy here

 

Anyone with concerns should contact

 

Alternatively, the Diocesan Safeguarding Team can be contacted on 024 7652 1345.

If the matter is urgent, please call the Police on 999.

 

If your concern is less urgent but still important, you can contact Social Services:

  • 01926 410410 (for concerns about a child)

  • 01926 412080 (for concerns about an adult)

  • 01926 886922 (for concerns outside office hours)