Church of England. Grade2*. 12th century. Norman.
Church End, Bishampton. WR10 2LT
The church is a dominant feature in Bishampton situated at the north end of the village and facing down Main Street. The churchyard has been used for burials since 16th century and has many old graves.
The church was entirely rebuilt under Preedy in 1869-70. Six bells by William Bagley dating from 1690
LOCATION AND TRAVEL
Approximately 3 miles north of the A46 between Evesham & Pershore
PUBLIC TRANSPORT Click for information
ADDITIONAL OPENING TIMES AND ARRANGEMENTS
The church is open during daylight hours
LOCAL CONTACT. TELEPHONE 01386 462648 or 01386 462308. Email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Disabled access Induction Loop Children’s activity.
FACILITIES FOR GROUPS
Arrangements can be made to serve refreshments to groups by ringing 01386 462308
FACILITIES FOR THOSE SEEKING SPIRITUAL REFRESHMENT
The chancel of St. James is available for prayer and quiet reflection.
FACILITIES FOR THOSE RESEARCHING FAMILY OR LOCAL HISTORY
Church records have been deposited with the Worcestershire Record Office soon to be housed in the Hive the new Worcester Library and History Centre.
CHURCH RECORDS -Church records have been deposited with the Worcestershire Record Office soon to be housed in the Hive the new Worcester Library and History Centre.
Bishampton is a village and civil parish in the Wychavon district of Worcestershire, England with a population of 678. It contains a church, a village shop and post office, a hairdresser, a village hall with a park and children's play areas, and a pub. There is a Nature reserve and a cricket pitch within walking distance of the village. Fashion designer Stella McCartney lives near the village in the parish. Just outside the village is a golf club with 2 courses, a driving range, and clubhouse and restaurant.