Church of England. Grade 2. 1860s. Victorian - early decorated style.
West Malvern Road, Malvern WR14 4BD
Beautifully set on the Western slope of the Malvern Hills, just beneath Sugarloaf; near other interesting buildings and with easy access to the hill paths (and Regents College/Elim Malvern Hills Church, shop and café).
This attractive Victorian stone building, with interestingly profiled tower sits in a pleasant churchyard, with flowers in season, especially daffodils and primroses; with outstanding views westwards. Peter Roget who first compiled Roget's Thesaurus is buried here, he died while on Holiday in West Malvern.
All is tranquil inside this pretty Victorian Church with its beautiful stained glass and most attractive new lighting system with chandeliers installed in the 2011. There is a pretty side chapel with nice woodwork. (Inside Toilet!)
LOCATION AND TRAVEL On B44232 (west side) in the centre of West Malvern village, opposite Primary School and near the Regents Theological College.
PUBLIC TRANSPORT Bus from Great Malvern 675 - timeable from Malvern TIC
SERVICES 2 services every Sunday, 10.30 & 6.30; Wednesday am Communion (11am) + see notice board.
ADDITIONAL OPENING TIMES Normally open every day, from approx 10am through to dusk.
LOCAL CONTACT Email : matthews,email@example.com Telephone : 01684 567328
Places to Eat & Drink -Regents college café nearby, also Where the Kettle Sings/Malvern Hills Hotel/St Anne’s Well Cafe on the Hills.
Places to stay lots! contact Malvern Tourist Information Centre 01684 892289
Nearest petrol - Malvern Link (Morrison; BP)