St Mary's, Farndale


Regular services at St Mary's :-

Second Sunday of the month - 2.30pm Holy Communion

Fourth Sunday of the month - 2.30pm Prayer and Praise 




St Mary's Church, Farndale lies in the heart of the North York Moors, and is a popular destination for walkers and cyclists.

The church was built in 1831, and renovated between 1907 and 1914 by Temple Moore (  The large chancel has a fine timber roof, low arch and Victorian East Window.

The site of St Mary's is thought to be that of a Friary from the Middle Ages, and each spring, the churchyard and surrounding dale blossoms into life with a vivid carpet of wild daffodils, believed planted by the friars. An Annual Daffodil Service is held each year.

Nearby to St Mary's, is The Feversham Arms (

The Annual Farndale Show is held each August Bank-Holiday ( ).


For further information, please contact the Church Wardens:  Eleanor Dowsland (01751 431532)  or  Phil Collier (01751 433250).






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