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St Luke, Hodnet

St Luke, Hodnet, Shropshire TF9 3NL View on map

12th century south aisle. Remodelled and south aisle chapel, nave, chancel and octagonal tower added in 14th century. Heavily restored and vestry added in 1846, north chapel added in 1870, possibly by Anthony Salvin, and church further restored in 1883. The famous hymn writer Bishop Heber of Calcutta was once rector.


Opening Arrangements

Almost every day. If closed, the keys are available at the village store adjacent to the church.


In Hodnet, just off A53 (Shrewsbury - Newcastle). Rail: Shrewsbury (16 miles), Telford (14 miles). Bus: route 64 (Hanley to Shrewsbury).

Parking Spaces


Additional parking at Bear Hotel.

Disabled Access

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