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St Guthlac, Little Cowarne

St Guthlac, Little Cowarne, Herefordshire HR7 4RH View on map

12th century, dedicated to St Guthlac, connected with Hereford who died on 11 April 714. Contains a Norman font made up of a 12th century bowl and old cider mill stone base and stained glass windows. Registers date back to 1563 and are complete except for 1648-1660.


  • Grant Recipient: St Guthlac's PCC
  • Contact for access: Mr E Abell
  • 01885 400 269

Opening Arrangements

At all times.


2 miles from the A465 between Hereford and Bromyard (leave at Stoke Lacy). Rail: Hereford (12 miles), Leominster (14 miles) Bus: service from Hereford once a week.

Parking Spaces


Additional parking in nearby farmyard.

Disabled Access

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