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St Giles, Church Road

St Giles, Church Road, Sheldon, Birmingham B26 3TT View on map

Grade II* listed church serving the suburb of Sheldon in Birmingham. Mostly 14th century (including a timber roof) with some Victorian restoration. The tower dates from 1461.


Opening Arrangements

April - October, every Monday (excluding Bank Holidays), 10am-4pm; April - September, 2nd Monday of month, 10am-4pm; 1st Wednesday of month for Craft Club, 1pm-4pm; Bell ringing practice every Friday except Holy Week and Christmas, 7:45pm-9:15pm; Saturday 15th April 2017 for Easter, 10am-4pm; Saturday 17th June 2017 during Beer Festival, 1pm-4pm; Saturday 30th September 2017 for Harvest Festival, 10am-4pm; Sunday 30th July 2017 for Sheldon Country Fayre (date to be confirmed), 10am-4pm; Saturday 29th April - Monday 1st May 2017 for 3 day Art Exhibition, 10am-4pm. At other times by contacting the Parish Administrator at the Parish Office, 149 Church Road, B26 3TT, tel. 0121 722 3978 between 9am-10:30am Monday - Friday (not Bank Holidays) or by email: It would be appreciated if at least 48 hours notice is given so that appropriate arrangements can be made.


On the B4368 between Craven Arms and Leintwardine. Rail: Hopton Heath (approximately 2 miles). Bus: Approximately 3 daily

Parking Spaces


On-street parking.

Disabled Access

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