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St Bartholemew's Church

Off B4024, Much Marcle, Ledbury HR8 2PL, England
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A must to visit in conjunction with Hellens Jacobean manor house

A beautifully cared for church with several interesting and historic memorials. A very ancient yew... read more

Reviewed 21 August 2017
Leonora C
Exeter, England, United Kingdom
Very interesting

Well worth a visit to see the unusual wooden effigy. Lots of history and a large churchyard. Pretty... read more

Reviewed 27 July 2017
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Off B4024, Much Marcle, Ledbury HR8 2PL, England
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Reviewed 21 August 2017

A beautifully cared for church with several interesting and historic memorials. A very ancient yew in the graveyard some 1500 yrs old adds to the charm and unique setting. Tells the story of this community and its people - as churches do. Make time to...More

Thank Leonora C
Reviewed 27 July 2017 via mobile

Well worth a visit to see the unusual wooden effigy. Lots of history and a large churchyard. Pretty village with a good pub within ten minutes walk from the church.

Thank louiseholistic
Reviewed 24 July 2017

We visited this church which was close to where we were staying. As soon as you enter the building it exudes peace and tranquility. It appears to be lovingly cared for and the size is deceptive. The grounds are interesting with a tree dating back...More

Thank Kathryn P
Reviewed 24 May 2017

It helps if you are a fan of old churches. but if you are there is plenty here to see. The main attraction is the tombs and tablets for the deceased. There is one with a wooden carved figure (very rare) and aside chapel dedicated...More

Thank Jeff1903
Reviewed 11 October 2016

A lovely ancient village church, lots of local history to delve into. During our visit the church bell ringing team were present and giving displays of their talents. Climbing the bell tower is quite an experience but well worth it if you are fit and...More

Thank William_the_Bear
Reviewed 12 August 2016

This is a lovely church at the end of church street. Its large but peaceful with a lovely interior .

Thank Sheila K
Reviewed 28 June 2016

For a Caucasian Australian this place is incredibly old. The old Yew tree with its propped up branches was magical. The church with its Norman and Saxon history and artifacts was a revelation.

Thank EFLynette
Reviewed 20 June 2016

Lovely little church with an ancient yew tree that you can sit inside. Nice setting and forms part of a walk around the village.

1  Thank N D
Reviewed 7 May 2016

St Bartholomew's Church is an imposing building at the heart of the village. Outside a superb 1,000 year + yew tree, and inside some remarkable monuments.

Thank GranhamW
Reviewed 2 April 2016

If you wish to learn about the history of much of Britain when you head to the local church. With my Pevsner Buildings of England in hand I headed to Much Marcle and was not disappointed either by the village or St Bartholomew's church. Namesake...More

1  Thank Suetheshark
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