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.
Rev. David Hebblewhite, the vicar for Saint Bartholomew’s, is also the vicar for the larger church of Saint Andrew’s church, Countesthorpe.
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 satellite navigation, the postcode is LE8 5WQ.