St George's Church, Barton in Fabis

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Coordinates: 52°53′23″N 01°13′30″W / 52.88972°N 1.22500°W / 52.88972; -1.22500

St. George's Church, Barton in Fabis
Denomination Church of England
Churchmanship Low Church / Evangelical
Dedication St. George
Parish Barton in Fabis
Deanery West Bingham
Archdeaconry Nottingham
Diocese Southwell and Nottingham
Province York
Minister(s) Richard Coleman

St. George's Church is a parish church in the Church of England in Barton in Fabis, Nottinghamshire. It is part of an informal grouping of five churches that are known collectively as "The 453 Churches" as they straddle the A453. The other churches in the group are:


The church is medieval.[1] St. George's Church was restored in 1855 by Thomas Chambers Hine and is a Grade I listed building.

The church is famous for the alabaster tomb in the chancel dating from 1616 with reclining effigies of William and Tabitha Sacheverell.[2]



The two manual pipe organ dates from 1893 and is by the builder Alexander Young. It was installed in 1965. It came from Wincham Methodist Church. A specification of the organ can be found on the National Pipe Organ Register.


  1. ^ The Buildings of England. Nottinghamshire, 1951. Nikolaus Pevsner; p. 33
  2. ^ The Buildings of England. Nottinghamshire, 1951. Nikolaus Pevsner; p. 33

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