Catholic Church of Our Lady of Walsingham, Corby
Catholic Church ofOur Lady of Walsingham, Corby

A brief history of our church

On Sunday 6th November 1938 the church was blessed and dedicated to Our Lady of Walsingham by Mgr. Laurence Youens, the then Bishop of Northampton. The door was opened with a golden key bearing the Bishop's coat-of-arms and presented by the architect, Mr. E. Bowes Norris, F.R.I.B.A


The parish of Corby was formed from the parishes of Kettering and Peterborough, the church took little over a year to complete with its original cost of £10,000.


Below are a few photographs from our archive.

Usual Mass Times

Saturday Vigil: 6:30pm

Sunday: 8.30; 10am


5pm (St John Ogilvie's NN189BX)


See Current Newsletter for all other Mass times

Our Details

Our Lady of Walsingham 

71 Occupation Road


NN17 1EE

Tel: 01536 203121


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