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Our Champing™ Churches

All our Champing™ Churches

Please note that your booking is exclusive to you and your group – on a first-come, first-served basis. No sharesies.

Aldwincle, Northamptonshire – All Saints

The church of All Saints in Aldwincle was the original Champing™ church and remained the firm favourite throughout the 2017 season.

Billesley, Warwickshire – All Saints

A small but perfectly-formed church now on the edge of the grounds of a 4-star hotel, the pretty All Saints church in bucolic Billesley is reputed to be the church where William Shakespeare pledged his troth to Anne Hathaway (no, not that one from Hollywood) in 1582.

Booton, Norfolk – St Michael & All Angels

A favourite from our 2017 Champing™ season, this stunning church is huge yet cosy, and sits in a quiet spot overlooking patchwork green fields and the wide blue yonder.

Chiselhampton, Oxfordshire – St Katherine

Sitting pretty in hedge-lined seclusion just 6 miles southeast of the dreaming spires of Oxford, the simple Georgian beauty of St Katherine’s church in Chiselhampton is full of light.

Cooling, Kent – St James’ Church

For anyone with a love of Dickens this church is an unmissable experience. The churchyard of St James was his inspiration for the opening chapter of Great Expectations, where our hero Pip meets Magwitch.

Edlesborough, Buckinghamshire – St Mary’s Church

Set on a chalk hillock with fine views from its churchyard, St Mary’s is impressive inside and out.

Emborough, Somerset – Church of The Blessed Virgin Mary

This striking church with its prominent central tower stands on a ridge of the Mendips, an area of outstanding Natural Beauty.

Fordwich, Kent – St Mary the Virgin

The small and welcoming church of St Mary’s in Fordwich is just 3 miles from Canterbury and has been offering rest to weary pilgrims for centuries, sitting on the ancient Way of St Augustine.

Friarmere, Lancashire – St Thomas

This Georgian preaching church sits high above the town of Delph on the edge of Saddleworth Moor.

Holme Lacy, Herefordshire – St Cuthbert’s Church

In a pretty setting on a bend in the River Wye, looking across to the Herefordshire hills, this delightful church enjoys a rich collection of monuments, beautiful stained glass windows as well as an unusual 17th-century font.