Worksop Priory

Worksop Priory

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Worksop Priory (formally The Priory Church of Saint Mary and Saint Cuthbert, Worksop) is a Church of England parish church and former priory in the town of Worksop, Nottinghamshire, part of the Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham.

The church is Grade I listed by the Department for Culture, Media & Sport as a building of outstanding architectural or historic interest.



  • Low Mass at 8.00am
  • Solemn Mass with Sunday School at 9.30am
  • Holy Baptism at 11.30am (second and fourth Sundays)
  • Vespers and Benediction at 6.00pm


  • Morning and Evening Prayer are said every day at 9.00am and 6.00pm.

Mass times
  • Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at 9.30am
  • Tuesday and Thursday at 7.30pm
  • Friday at 12.00pm, usually followed by a charity soup lunch


The initial land grant and monies to establish the Augustinian priory were made by William de Lovetot in 1103. In the 14th century the Tickhill Psalter was produced by then prior, John de Tickhill.

The priory was dissolved on the orders of Henry VIII on November 15, 1539. The property was granted to Francis Talbot, 5th Earl of Shrewsbury on condition that the Earl should provide a glove for the right hand of the Soveriegn at the coronation. This tradition continues to this day.

Over time most of the former monastic buildings were plundered for their stone, however the nave of the church was saved for use as a parish church, and the early 14th century gatehouse was later used as a school. Extensive...
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