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Yarkhill Parish Church, Yarkhill

Yarkhill Parish Church, Yarkhill, Herefordshire HR1 3TD View on map

Grade II listed church with Norman origins, but was extensively restored in 1862. There are 4 unusable 17th century bells. In 2012 a new ring of 8 bells was installed in memory of Fabian Stedman, the father of change ringing, who was baptised here in 1640.


Opening Arrangements

At all times.


Located on a single track lane which is parallel to, and between the A4103 and A438. Rail: Hereford train station (8 miles) away. Bus: No bus service.

Parking Spaces


Limited roadside opportunities. Land owner allows use of adjacent field.

Disabled Access

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