The Willingham Church Building
St Mary and All Saints is a 13th and early 14th century church, typical of the churches of the Fen Edge villages north of Cambridge. Nobody could enter St Mary’s without being struck by the beauty of its early wall paintings, ornate hammer beam roof, rood screen and stone sacristy.
The Octagon on the north side of the church consists of a hall, meeting room, kitchen and toilets. It is available for bookings and is widely used. There is also a quiet garden area with seating. Disabled Access is available via the Octagon.
N.B. The Octagon is only open whilst events are taking place, either in the church or the Octagon itself.
More information on the history of the church can be found at Church History (external site).
The church is open most days for viewing during daylight hours (approximately 8am-5pm). A guide book is also available.