St Mary The Virgin, Flaxley
St Mary The Virgin, Flaxley, Gloucestershire GL17 0EB View on map
Parish church built 1856 of red gritstone. Designed by George Gilbert Scott. Spire covered with Canadian cedar shingles. Fine stained glass windows and monuments from earlier churches. Adjacent to Flaxley Abbey - a medieval abbey - now a private house.
Daily: during daylight hours in summer and winter. If locked, the key can be obtained from the Old Vicarage opposite the church or by prior arrangement from the access contact.
A48 south of Gloucester, approximately 1 mile from Westbury on Severn, ½ mile from junction with A48. Rail: Gloucester or Lydney (both 10 miles).
- Wheelchair access: No
- Disabled Toilets: No
- Assistance dogs: Yes