St James the Great, Westerleigh
St James the Great, Westerleigh, Bristol BS37 8QP View on map
The church was consecrated by the Bishop of Worcester in 1304. Elements of the original building include the north door and adjacent window. A three-stage tower was added in the 15th century; 17th-century improvements included panelling and a musicians' gallery; there is a royal coat of arms.
Every day from 1 May until 30 September, 10am - 4pm Also by prior arrangement with churchwardens: Mr Patrick Mills, 01454 318 157, firstname.lastname@example.org Mrs Jennifer Forrester-Wood, 01454 312 437, email@example.com The building is normally open in winter also, during daylight hours and subject to the weather, although this is not guaranteed.
Beside village green, Westerleigh, BS37 8QP Rail: Yate, South Gloucestershire (3 miles) Bus: Service 620 Bath to Old Sodbury Service X49 Bristol to Yate
On-street parking on village green.
- Wheelchair access: Partial
- Disabled Toilets: No
- Assistance dogs: Yes