St Mary's Church, Lowdham

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St Mary's Church, Lowdham
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St Mary's Church, Lowdham
53°0′51.58″N 1°0′51.86″W / 53.0143278°N 1.0144056°W / 53.0143278; -1.0144056Coordinates: 53°0′51.58″N 1°0′51.86″W / 53.0143278°N 1.0144056°W / 53.0143278; -1.0144056
Location Lowdham
Country England
Denomination Church of England
Dedication St Mary
Heritage designation Grade I listed
Parish Lowdham
Deanery Gedling
Archdeaconry Nottingham
Diocese Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham

St Mary's Church, Lowdham is a Grade I listed parish church in the Church of England[1] in Lowdham.


The church dates from the 13th century but was restored in 1860 by Scott. The spire was repaired in 1883 and the chancel restored in 1890.

It is part of a joint parish with:


  • Sir John de Lowdham 1318, reclining cross legged effigy clad in chain mail.
  • Charles Broughton, slate tablets
  • Petri Broughton, 1695, east wall


The small 2 manual 12 stop pipe organ is by Charles Lloyd, and it was rebuilt in 1963 by Cousins of Lincoln. A specification of the organ can be found on the National Pipe Organ Register.[2]


  1. ^ The Buildings of England: Nottinghamshire: Nikolaus Pevsner.
  2. ^ "N13595". National Pipe Organ Register (NPOR). Retrieved 2013-06-16.