St Leonard's, Thorpe

St. Leonards is an ancient church, the squat Normal tower being its greatest treasure dated circa 1100. The nave of early 14th century was rebuilt and extended in 1881.   There is some attractive stained glass, including a delightful narrow St. Leonards window.  The font is thought to be as old as the tower, c1100, and is one of only three tub fonts in Derbyshire.  The sundial, placed halfway along the path to the old Rectory dates back to 1767.   Post Code: DE6 2AW