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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.


Opening Arrangements

Open on Wednesdays and weekends from 10am-5pm from Easter to end of October. At other times by request. Community area open on Wednesdays 10:30am-12pm throughout the year.


In the town centre of Ross between St Mary Street and Church Street near The Royal Hotel. Rail: Hereford (11 miles), Ledbury (13 miles), Gloucester (15 miles). Bus: Nos 37 and 38 (from Hereford), Nos 32 and 33 (from Gloucester), No 34 (from Monmouth) and No 45 (from Ledbury).

Parking Spaces


Pay and Display parking and on-street parking.

Disabled Access

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