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St Anne, Chasetown

St Anne, Chasetown, Staffordshire WS7 3QL View on map

Grade II listed. Built in 1865 by mine owner John Robinson McClean of brick with Bathstone dressings in the Romanesque style. It has a chancel, nave, baptistery and turret with sincile bell. In 1883 it became one of the first churches to have electric lights. Stained glass windows are of abstract design. The listed Walker organ has been restored and is still in use. The font is of French Caen stone. Geometric abstract alabaster mosaics frame the chancel.


Opening Arrangements

Sunday services at 10:15am and 6pm; Monday - Thursday 9am-12:30pm; Fridays 9:30am-12pm (except during Lent); Mondays 2pm-4pm (term time); Tuesdays 2pm-4pm & 7pm-8pm (prayer hour); Wednesdays 2pm-4pm (March-November). Last Thursday of every month 7pm-9:30pm (regular event). Open other times by special arrangement via Parish Office or vicar (48 hours notice). Key available locally.


Between Ross-on-Wye and Newent, close to junction 3 of M50. Rail: Ledbury (11 miles), Gloucester (15 miles). Bus: no route.

Parking Spaces


Limited on-street parking.

Disabled Access

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