St Nicholas Church

St Nicholas Church, Laindon is a 13th century grade 1 church. It has two notable features; the timber frame bell tower is as fine as anything in Essex. Whilst at the west end of the church is a unique 16th century timber frame priest house, which became a school for over 250 years. The local Comprehensive School is named after the last School Teacher, James Hornsby.
The church stands isolated on a small hill, with a 360 degrees outlook over the surrounding district. On a clear day Canary Wharf can be clearly seen.

To find out more about the history and activities taking place at St Nicholas Church (click on the name)

Page link: Early Saint Nicholas Rectors
Early Saint Nicholas Rectors
Which Language Was Spoken In Early St Nicholas Church?
Page link: St Nicholas Church - Best Kept Churchyard
St Nicholas Church - Best Kept Churchyard
Peaceful, contemplative areas for visitors and for encouraging and interpreting wildlife in the churchyard.
Page link: St. Nicholas Church
St. Nicholas Church
A selection of Photographs showing the church through the years