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St Nicholas, Church Lane

St Nicholas, Church Lane, Dormston, Worcestershire WR7 4JU View on map

Grade I church with 14th century core and mid 15th century tower. The nave and tower were restored in 1899 and the present chancel was built in 1903-5 by C.F. Whitcombe. Built into the south chancel wall is a fragment of a medieval churchyard cross discovered during 1905 building works, showing the crucified Christ, with Mary. Medieval glass fragments in nave tracery lights. The chancel south window shows flowers, birds and musical notation, by Jim Budd, 1996. the tower contains 3 bells dated 1552, 1631 and 1640.


Opening Arrangements

Daily; spring/summer, 9:30am-5:30pm; autumn/winter, approx. 10am-4:30pm.

Admission Charges

  • Other Charges: £2.00 for Art Exhibition in July 2017 (free for under 16 years)


To the north of Bromsgrove town centre on the corner of Birmingham Road and Burcot Lane. Rail: Bromsgrove (1½ miles). Bus: No 144 from Birmingham to Worcester, no 147 from Halesowen to Worcester (nearest stop in Bromsgrove, 3/4 mile away)

Parking Spaces


Parking at roadside limited to 2 hours. Roadside, adjacent to hall opposite church.

Disabled Access

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