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St Andrew, Adforton

St Andrew, Adforton, Herefordshire SY7 0ND View on map

Building started in 1874 on what was previously the site of a blacksmiths. This was first built as a mission church or Chapel of Ease to the designs of J. P. Seddon - the London based architect. It is now a full parish church in the parish of Wigmore Abbey.


Opening Arrangements

Daily, 10am-5pm.


5 miles north of Hereford off A49, church is ¼ mile along main village road. Rail: Hereford 5 miles. Bus: No 492 (2 hourly from Hereford).

Parking Spaces


Parking available opposite the church behind the primary school.

Disabled Access

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