Small Pilgrim Places Directory
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14th Century church amidst ancient yew trees. A beautiful building restored/re-ordered in the 19th century by G E Street.
Standard opening times: Open about 9.30 am to 5 pm daily. Midweek Eucharist on Thursdays at 10 am.
Location: Welshpool, Powys, United Kingdom
The church of St Andrew is very old, set just outside the village, and is surrounded by fields. There is a quiet, spiritual feeling throughout the building and its burial grounds. The site is mentioned in the Anglo Saxon Chronicle, as there being a synod held at Acleah in 782, this being one of the old names for Aycliffe. There are Saxon ...
Location: Newton Aycliffe, Durham, United Kingdom
A 12th century Grade II* church which looks out over Otmoor. It is designated as a Pilgrimage Church within the Ray Valley Benefice as part of a local initiative to develop pilgrim routes between churches in the area. The church has an air of tranquility and spirituality as a setting for prayer and meditation and aims to provide a welcome to ...
Location: Kidlington, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
For opening times see below. Currently sanitiser in porch and please wear mask if other people in church.
A small rural church on a ridge high above the River Tees with beautiful views across into Yorkshire, in a very quiet area where one can enjoy the views and the peace and quiet inside the building. A Grade 1 Medieval church ...
Location: Darlington, Durham, United Kingdom
The Grade II listed 14th Century Church is on the site of 6th Century Cell of St Corentyn. There is a Lady Chapel. The Churchyard has a Celtic Cross which is a Scheduled Ancient Monument, also listed Grade II, as are two headstones, two chest tombs and the South and West Gate Piers and Gates. There are views over the valley to the Sea.
Location: Cury near Helston, Cornwall, United Kingdom
The Parish Church in Ebrington stands in a commanding position in one of the highest parts of the village. It looks over a fertile vale to the hills of the Cotswold borderland. Despite being now almost encircled by trees, its short and sturdy Tower is still a landmark for miles around. St. Eadburgha is the patron saint. Not much is known of ...
Location: Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom
Standing on the site which dates back probably to Saxon times, St Hilda’s is the sixth church to be built on the wooded slopes overlooking the Waren Burn in the centre of the Northumberland village of Lucker. Although small, Lucker is nevertheless a centre for holidaymakers and St Hilda’s provides a warm welcome to locals, visitors and ...
Location: Belford, Northumberland, United Kingdom