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Old Meeting United Reformed Church, Bedworth

Old Meeting United Reformed Church, Bedworth, Warwickshire CV12 8AH View on map

Grade II listed non-conformist chapel situated in a conservation area. Built in 1726, restored in 2012. Interesting ancillary buildings with cobbled approach, old graveyard and recently re-laid 19th century gravestones. Interior contains memorials, chained Bibles and artefacts relating to the church's history and first minister, Revd. Julius Saunders.


Opening Arrangements

Pancake Day and Good Friday; 6 days over Heritage weekends; first Saturday of every month. Other days by appointment and others to be arranged.


Access from motorway network junction 3 of M6, then A444 taking slip road to Bedworth. Turn right to Bedworth town centre, church is signposted off Leicester Street near Tesco store. Rail: Bedworth (1 km walk) Bus: Service 20 National Express Coventry to Bedworth; service 48 Stagecoach Coventry to Nuneaton with stops at Bedworth.

Parking Spaces


3 hours free parking at Tesco store.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes