It was great to the window the Christmas stamp was made from what a lovey old church and so well kept
1 - 10 of 58 reviews
I didn't find anything worth of special mentioning in this church/ There are not any remarkable pieces of art or other things.
Beautiful, drenched with history and humbling. I'm not religious but visiting this church with my partner made want to marry in a church! It's peaceful inside and amazing to see the history and beautiful stained-glass windows. Make sure you visit it if you're in Bibury.
The earliest mention of Bibury goes back to 875 during the Anglo Saxon period, when the Bishop of Worchester gave a grant of land to Earl Leppa and his daughter Beaga, on a likely condition that a church must be built. By the time of...More
This church is located at one end of the village and not easily seen or found. It is approached by way of a pathway which in summer is lined by rose bushes. Inside the church is airy and has some postcards to buy, a war...More
Church is tucked away in this very pretty village, delightful rose bordered path to main entrance. Interesting architecture, and stained glass windows. Village itself is well worth a visit though it can become congested in the summer months.
As a group we prearranged this visit to see the church and hold a service of Holy Communion. We were met by a member of the church who arranged everything carefully. Although the facility was offered free to me as a member of the diocesan...More