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St Clement, Henwick Road

St Clement, Henwick Road, St Johns, Worcester WR2 5NP View on map

Grade II listed church built 1816 - 23, designed by Thomas Lee junior and enlarged by local architect Frederick Preedy in 1879. An exceptional example of Neo-Norman style predating its more widespread conception in the 1840’s. One of the few churches in Worcester to have retained its railings and gates to the west façade. Interior re decorated and altered in the 1920’s by Charles Nicholson.


Opening Arrangements

Parish tea parties take place once a month. Coffee mornings on Fridays and Saturdays, 10am-12pm. Also for concerts, school visits/assemblies, meetings, fetes and fayres, book sales and exhibitions. Thursday morning after Communion.


Church is close to the River Wye. From Ross-on-Wye, take road to Hereford A49 (3 miles) then turn right at the Red Lion Pub. 1.5 miles from road; go straight over. 1 mile again to Sellack Church, left 1 mile down the hill. Rail: Hereford station.

Parking Spaces


For special events adjacent field is opened for parking. Otherwise park on roadside verge.

Disabled Access

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