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St Andrew, Bridge Sollars

St Andrew, Bridge Sollars, Herefordshire HR4 7JH View on map

Grade I listed Norman parish church with stone carvings of a dragon and monster's head on either side of the porch doorway- made by the Herefordshire Guild of Craftsmen in the 12th century. The east window contains images of Jesus and five saints, work by Powell in 1871. The nave was converted to a Community Centre in 2011.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

Saturdays and Sundays from Easter to end of October, 10am-5pm; Wednesdays 10:30am-12pm the church is open for community coffee morning (except August).

Directions

Just off A438 Hereford to Brecon Road. Turn left on to minor road to Madley and Preston-on-Wye. The church is on the left overlooking the bridge over the river Wye. Rail: Hereford (6½ miles) Bus: 446 bus stops at crossroads twice a day during weekdays.

Parking Spaces

25

Parking across the road from church through farmyard.

Disabled Access

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

WC

Yes