Edition statement found in Foreword (p. 2); and date taken from here.
|Statement||compiled by Frances E. Bomford.|
|Contributions||Bomford, Frances E.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
(VCH 3, p 50; F E Bromford, (2nd ed), A History of the Baptist Church at Atch Lench, Worcestershire, ( - , Evesham.) Listing NGR: SP This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building. Recommended Books. You are advised to book time on their computers before making a visit. A free-to-view site is being developed at for the , , , and censuses. Coverage of Worcestershire parishes is rather sparse at this time. Census returns can usually be viewed at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints' Family History. The parish includes village of Church Lench, also the neighbouring hamlets of Ab Lench, Atch Lench and Sheriffs Lench. The parish church of All Saints' is situated in the middle of the village of Church Lench. 11thth century: Circhlenz or Lench Roculf Church Lench was listed in the Domesday Book in as "Circelenz", and in other. In , John Marius Wilson's Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales described Atch Lench like this: ATCH-LENCH, a hamlet in Church-Lench parish, Worcester; 5 miles N of Evesham. Pop., Additional information about this locality is available for Church Lench. Atch Lench through time. Atch Lench is now part of Wychavon district.
Church Lench is a village in the civil parish of South Lenches, in the Wychavon district, in the county of Worcestershire, England, approximately miles due north of Evesham and 13 miles due west of is the largest of the surrounding Lenches, accommodating the Lenches Sports Club, the Lenches Members' Club, Church Lench First School, Church Lench preschool and the. The parish of South Lenches comprises four distinct settlements: the village of Church Lench and the hamlets of Ab Lench, Atch Lench and Sheriffs Lench. They stand on a ridge which forms the northern boundary of the Vale of Evesham surrounded by farmland, woodland and orchards. The parish has approximately dwellings and a population of. A 14th-century church in a small Worcestershire village, St Michael's origins may reach back to the early medieval period. Fragments of a 12th-century building can be seen in the walls of the current structure. The church is externally very simple, with only a nave and chancel, and a . Old Map of Worcestershire. An old map of Worcestershire, hand-drawn in for the renowned cartographic publisher Samuel Lewis. These superbly detailed maps provide an authoritive and fascinating insight into the history and gradual development of our cities, towns and villages. The maps are decorated in the margins by selected Frith photographs.
Atch Lench parish Atch Lench, Worcestershire HMS Avon () Aymestrey School, Crown East, Worcester Crown East, Woecestershire Badsey Council School Badsey, Worcestershire Badsey Memorial Hall Badsey, Worcestershire. Citing two years of ongoing health issues and faced with dwindling numbers, Pastor Mike Renihan said his church voted unanimously to resign from ARBCA on Aug Although their church has closed its doors, the members are searching for a new church to attend and they desire to remain together. Mike Renihan is the brother of James Read More». Member of Worcestershire War Agricultural Executive Committee. Member of The Alcester Tribunal. Raymond Bomford died unexpectedly following an emergency operation in Abbey Manor, by Dr. Leslie for suppurative cholecystitis. His funeral was attended by people (History of Atch Lench Church, by Frances Bomford). Atch Lench Road, Church Lench, Evesham Lyncroft, is an attractive, well-proportioned, 5 bedroom, detached, residence totalling 3, square feet, being set within an impressive elevated plot in the heart of this delightfully peaceful, quintessentially English, Wychavon village.