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Christ Church, Harley Road

Christ Church, Harley Road, Cressage, Shropshire SY5 6DF View on map

Grade II listed parish church built in 1841 by Edward Haycock to replace the demolished church of St Sampson. Interior has east window containing mid 19th century glass by David Evans of Shrewsbury. Octagonal pulpit dated 1635 was made from re-used panelling in the former church. The circular Romanesque style font is said to be a copy of that in St Sampson.


  • Grant Recipient: Christ Church PCC
  • Contact for access: Dr Trevor G. Hill
  • 01952 510579

Opening Arrangements

Daily, 9am - late afternoon. A temporary local history exhibit is on display.


On A458 Shrewsbury to Much Wenlock road. Rail: Shrewsbury (9 miles). Bus: Arriva No 436 (Shrewsbury to Much Wenlock).

Parking Spaces


Parking available in 'The Eagle' car park.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: No
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes