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St Giles, Acton Beauchamp

St Giles, Acton Beauchamp, Herefordshire WR6 5AQ View on map

Small rural church in isolated position with countryside views. 12th - 15th century, mostly rebuilt in Georgian style in 1819. Good arched windows, late Norman south doorway. Fine carved 9th century stone, part of a cross shaft, re used as lintel for south door of tower. Yew tree outside of main door is thought to be 1700 - 2000 years old.


Opening Arrangements

Open daily: 8am to dusk


Church is on a steep incline which can only be reached on foot via a public footpath from a small country lane, near to Acton Beauchamp crossroads. Rail: Malvern (8 miles). Bus: no route.

Parking Spaces


Limited parking in adjacent lane

Disabled Access

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