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St Mary, Kings Pyon

St Mary, Kings Pyon, Herefordshire HR4 8PS View on map

Grade I listed church, 12th to 14th century with additions and restoration in 1872. Impressive exposed timbers to the nave and south transept. Interesting stained glass and sizeable pipe organ. Tower with clock and ring of 5 bells. Monuments to the Tomkins family who are originators of the Hereford breed of cattle.


  • Grant Recipient: Kings Pyon PCC
  • Contact for access: Mr L Ray
  • 01544 318110

Opening Arrangements

Open every day during daylight hours. Tower and vestry are kept locked.


9 miles NW of Hereford, turn off A4110 at Canon Pyon. Rail: Leominster (9 miles), Hereford (10 miles). Bus: available to Bush Bank (1 mile) and Weobley (2 miles).

Parking Spaces


Adjacent on-street parking

Disabled Access

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