View of the church from the north-west


St Anne

Newark Archdeaconry

Bassetlaw and Bawtry Deanery


St Anne’s Church opened in 1912. It is built in the neo-Perpendicular style, mainly from stone from Darley Dale. It was designed by the architects Paley and Austin.

The foundations were laid in the year of the Coronation of King George and Queen Mary. Their heads are carved on the north arcade of the nave.

The Lady Chapel was enclosed in 1922 by beautifully carved oak screens with panelled walls and oak reredos. All the stained glass in the church was made by C E Kempe & Co. and installed between 1912 and 1931.

The west end of the church has benefited from a modern reordering project.

Particular thanks to Dr Chris Brooke and Amy Calladine for research on this entry and to Dr Chris Brooke and Geoff Buxton for the photographs. Historic photographs courtesy of Mrs Judith Ward.