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Church of St Mary and St David

Abergavenny Road, Kilpeck, England
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A trip through history

Superb - simply superb! For anyone interested in Church history including pagan stories, how to... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Derek B
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Ledbury, United Kingdom
Afternoon visiting the church

Very beautiful, a local lady gave us a talk on some of the features. Although I feel that you can... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Jess L
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Presteigne, United Kingdom
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Abergavenny Road, Kilpeck, England
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Superb - simply superb! For anyone interested in Church history including pagan stories, how to communicate stories to folk unable to read or write - this is the place. There is a lovely 'Children's guide' for older junior children and those 'young at heart' which...More

Thank Derek B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Very beautiful, a local lady gave us a talk on some of the features. Although I feel that you can walk around and in the church for all of 20/30 minutes. The mound behind does have stunning views of the Brecon beacons

Thank Jess L
Reviewed 2 July 2017

Wonderful little old church, with an amazing history and very well preserved stone carvings, some with Saxon and pagan origins. The font is incredible. Really not to be missed and so close to Hereford.

Thank jcb 1
Reviewed 28 June 2017

Church architecture fans can step back in time and view an untouched 3 bay Norman church. Its all there with a superb door and some very surprising carvings. Obvious proof of an alien visitation !!!!. The interior is also excellent with some later ( non...More

Thank Facchino46
Reviewed 28 April 2017

This Norman church is amazing. The carvings all around the church are a real treat to see. The interior is interesting as well. Just 30-40 metres away one can find the remains of Kilpeck castle. If one climbs to the top of the mound there...More

Thank Dave B
Reviewed 18 March 2017

This is a strange little church and worth checking out while in the village. Try and spot the hoar one around the back.

Thank GusSydneyNSW
Reviewed 27 February 2017

A very interesting church with wonderful stonework and external sculptures. really needs to be seen to appreciate it.

Thank D C W S
Reviewed 6 January 2017

We visited this stunning church and were amazed by its wonderful ancient carvings which were as crisp and clean as if they had been carved just yesterday. The history is amazing. The inside of the church is also wonderful with plenty of information freely available...More

Thank Born2befree
Reviewed 30 November 2016

This beautiful and ancient church is not publicised but it is a gem of Herefordshire history. The site dates from the 6thC and possibly back to Roman times, with the present church dated to 1140, though there is a Saxon quoin (buttress) on the north...More

Thank A R H
Reviewed 18 November 2016

Well worth a 30 minute visit. Charming and quaint church - obviously much loved by villagers. Interesting churchyard too.

Thank yvette a
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