Saint Bartholomew’s Church goes back to the 10th Century and contains many items of historical interest. It is a Grade 2* Listed building and is still in use as a working Anglican church, with regular services twice a month.

The church is part of the Four Saints Benefice, which includes the larger church of Saint Andrew’s church, Countesthorpe, along with All Saints’, Peatling Magna and St Mary’s, Willoughby Waterleys.

The church is situated in Foston, Leicestershire. It is about 7 miles south of Leicester and 100 miles north of London, midway between the larger villages of Countesthorpe and Kilby.

If you are using sat nav, the postcode is LE8 5WQ.

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