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St Mary the Virgin, Jackfield

St Mary the Virgin, Jackfield, Telford and Wrekin TF8 7ND View on map

The building is in the French Gothic style. Designed by Sir Arthur Blomfield. The floor of the chancel is covered in decorated Maws tiles. The reredos showing the calvary scene is made from hand painted tiles and was exhibited at the Great Paris Exhibition of 1870.


  • Grant Recipient: St Mary the Virgin Jackfield PCC
  • Contact for access: Ms Maureen Smith
  • 01952 884832

Opening Arrangements

Daily, 9am-5pm (April - October); 6am - 4pm (November - March). Dogs are welcome.


Access from motorway network junction 3 of M6, then A444 taking sliproad to Bedworth. Turn right to Bedworth town centre, church is signposted off Leicester Street near Tesco store. Rail: Bedworth (1 km walk) Bus: Services from both Coventry and Nuneaton.

Parking Spaces


3 hours free parking at Tesco store.

Disabled Access

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