How to get to St Laurences Church, Ansley

14 Jun 07

St Laurence’s Church is located approximately one mile from the centre of Ansley Village in an area known as Church End. Local post code CV10 0QR

Directions for approaching from the west (Birmingham) direction.

Follow the B4114 towards Nuneaton passing through Shustoke and Over Whitacre, noting approx 1mile from the junction B4114 & B4098 (sign posted for Fillongley) Hoar Park Farm.

Continue on the B4114 approx 1 mile descending you will see St Laurence’s Church on the right at the foot of the hill. Turn first right immediately after the church and you will find the car park approx 100 yards on the right.

Directions for approaching from the east (Nuneaton) direction.

Taking the B4114 from Nuneaton town centre (sign posted Birmingham) continue for approx 6 miles passing through Ansley Common.

50 yards down hill after passing the junction of the B4114 & B4112 make a left turn alongside St Laurence’s Church and you will find the car park approx 100 yards on the right.

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Rev. John Langlands

 It is with great pleasure that I would like to welcome you to St Laurence.  Frances, my wife, and I have received a very warm welcome ourselves, so you will not be disappointed when you visit St Laurence.  I am also the vicar of the other churches in Ansley and Arley – St John’s, St Michael’s and St Wilfrid’s.

Being in a rural and farming area in the north part of Coventry Diocese is like coming home for us.  A number of years ago I pastored a church in rural Norfolk which was mainly surrounded by arable farms with some pigs and chickens.  The strong sense of community life was something very special.  This should be particularly valued in these days when many folk live such individual, separate and often lonely lives. 

We have just had hot off the press a visiting card which I hope reflects what our church stands for: ‘You will not walk alone.  Together we are with you on life’s journey’.  Over these next weeks, months and years, I hope we can get to know you better and that you will find Frances and myself not just ‘churchy’ people but friends as well, who enjoy life and plenty of laughter!