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Church of St George, Milson

Church of St George, Milson, Shropshire DY14 0AU View on map

Grade II Listed building mentioned in the Domesday Book and included in Pevsner's Shropshire Architectural Guide. The nave and chancel are 12th century and Norman in origin. The tower is early English 13th century and the porch is 14th century. Two of the bells are registered as historically significant and a yew tree in the grounds is considered to be of national importance.

Contact

  • Grant Recipient: St George's Church PCC
  • Contact for access: Ms Carole Hall

Opening Arrangements

Daily, at all times.

Directions

In the hamlet of Milson. 3 miles from Cleobury Mortimer on an unclassified road, which connects Cleobury Mortimer to Tenbury Wells. Rail: Ludlow (15 miles)

Parking Spaces

10

Next to church gate and on the side of the road or on the green (free).

Disabled Access

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

WC

No