Please check below for access to the churchyard
GOOD NEWS! After 10 years of fundraising The Friends Of Lanteglos Church (FOLC) have gathered together enough funds and grants to start the restoration of St Julitta’s. Work started on 12th November and will continue for at least 9 months.
The Heritage Lottery Fund has given a major grant towards the restoration and have given us permission to start. Other Grant Funders include: Cornwall Historic Churches Trust, Duke of Cornwall Benevolent Fund, Camelford Town Council, Cornwall Councillor’s Fund, Camelford Conservative Club, National Churches Trust, Garfield Weston Charity, Allchurches Trust, Jill Franklin, Wolfson Foundation, Dairy Crest, Lady Neville Charity and most recently Veneziana Fund (Pizza Express!).
Various generous bequests and some large donations have been a major help - as have The Friends Of Lanteglos Church (FOLC) with their regular subscriptions and fundraising events.
We apologise that during the restoration there will be restricted access to the churchyard and no public access to the church
If access is required to graves inside the orange netting or if there are any problems that can’t be resolved on site with the contractor, please contact John Pearce on 07740421393.
The Bishop of St Germans said:
“I am delighted to see this ambitious project coming to fruition through a combination of local vision, faith, hard work and generosity. Now backed up and supported by the National Lottery. Not only will these works preserve a place of very special quality but they will make it even more accessible and usable for the wider community and all who find their way to this beautiful corner of Cornwall. When these works are completed I look forward once again to visiting this inspiring place of prayer and pilgrimage and encourage you to do the same.”
The Church of St Julitta Lanteglos:
St Julitta's is a Grade I Listed medieval Cornish church in the Parish of Lanteglos by Camelford. Parts of the building date back to Norman times and there are a number of important heritage features such as 15th century glass; rare use of an ancient symbol and a National Scheduled Monument in the churchyard.