St Mary the Virgin

St Mary the Virgin, Pembridge

St Mary the Virgin
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Caroline P
Evesham, UK57 contributions
Dec 2020
We had a wander round this lovely church and grounds. The whole village makes for a lovely walk actually, down to the bridge and along the riverside. The Church itself has an interesting separate clock house.
Written January 11, 2021
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carrieg
52 contributions
Jul 2020
Lovely building and setting. Benches in the well kept gardens to sit and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. Nice to hear the clock chime
Written July 27, 2020
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Rick B
Upper Hutt, New Zealand13 contributions
Jan 2020 • Family
We stopped in Pembridge to get some lunch & took a look around the church. Fascinating place & well worth a visit if you're in the area
Written January 20, 2020
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J Prendergast
Pembridge, UK4 contributions
Dec 2018
The church is in the middle of Pembridge sitting above the road thru the village. The Bell Tower,1207/1223 is one of oldest timber bell towers in the country.Well worth visit.The pop next door to Steppes for bite to eat.
Written November 6, 2019
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Diana D
Llandysul, UK20 contributions
Aug 2019
Only had a fleeting visit but this is such a pretty Church in an idyllic setting in the heart of the beautiful village of Pembridge. The views from the entrance door are amazing.
Written September 4, 2019
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nansus
Ludlow, UK16 contributions
Aug 2019
Very interesting church with tapestries , separate bell tower wich is fascinating .
Well worth a visit , and a short walk to the river excellent location .
Written August 27, 2019
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MIKE P
Chelmsford, UK1,243 contributions
Aug 2019
If you visit this quaint old village which has a considerable number of beautiful black & white timber framed buildings, once you have seen these I would strongly recommend that you make your way to the villages ancient church which can be found just off the High Street. It is a bit of a steep walk up to the church, but well worth it. The church itself has many beautiful items & artifacts within its walls which relate to the village itself & the surrounding areas. What is completely unique is the totally separate bell / clock tower, adjacent to the church, it was built using huge baulks of timber & is a fantastic structure built by master craftsmen many centuries ago, it is a structure which needs to be seen to believed !
which extend right to the top of the tower
Written August 13, 2019
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annandpaul2015
Presteigne, UK26 contributions
Jul 2019
We visited to see the tapestry map exhibition and spent ages looking at all the hard work which had gone into the work and the care which is obviously taken by the community to keep this lovely place looking so good.
Written August 7, 2019
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Monica T
Florence, Italy43 contributions
Jul 2019 • Couples
Visited this church a few weeks ago.lit was a lovely place,neat,serene and where one can get to know a bit of the local history.there is a fine display of the dresses the landlords and their wives used to wear in the Middle Age, as well as the tomb of two of them inside the church.the most peculiar thing is however the steeple, because it is detached from the church and it has quite an odd shape! You can visit it inside and have a look at the ancient bells.
Written July 26, 2019
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Bronnie
4 contributions
Jun 2019 • Solo
This is a wonderful church one of a few with a detached belfry. ..
In the last few years a group of people who live in the village got together and told the history of the village in tapestry. From the very beginning till now.The new tapestry of the village features the black and white houses situated in the village and on the fringes.
The church is on a high level and looks over the village and the hills in the distance. It has a level path to the back of the church and a ramp to enter the church if you use a wheelchair or motor scooter. It's a must to visit. .
Written June 19, 2019
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