View of the church from the south

West Bridgford

St Giles

Nottingham Archdeaconry

West Bingham Deanery

Introduction

West Bridgford St Giles is a medieval church but only the west tower, porch, former south aisle, and parts of the south wall date from that period; the rest was restored by Thomas Chambers Hine in 1872 and again by Naylor and Sale between 1896 and 1911.

The church retains a medieval screen from the late 14th century. Other features of interest include the stained glass by James Powell and Sons and the large three-manual organ by Charles Lloyd and Co from 1899 and 1919 which was rebuilt by Henry Willis & Sons in 1951 and 1971.

This church is currently being researched, a full entry will appear in due course.