religious buildings churches cathedrals etc in Worcestershire
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Churches & Cathedrals in Worcestershire

Heritage sites also including abbeys, religious monuments in Worcestershire...

Worcestershire Cathedrals, Historic Churches, Abbeys

All Saints

Deansway, Worcester, WR1 2JF
Tel: 01905 734625    E-mail:

Rebuilt in 1715, the church suffered badly during the Civil War however the lower tower dates back to medieval times. Interesting features include a civic sword rest and chained bible which still remain. There is also a monument to the City’s first Mayor, Richard Hurdman.

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Old St. Martins

The Cornmarket, Worcester, WR1 2DF
Tel: 01905 25952

The Church dates back to 1768 and is constructed with bricks made from clay brought down by river from the coal mines in the North of the County. The church contains the earliest records of Freemasonry in the City in a memorial to Samuel Swan; The Lodge was founded at the Reindeer Inn in 1791. It is also famously reputed to be the intended marriage place of William Shakespeare & Ann Whately in November 1582. However the following day a bond was issued for him to marry Ann Hathaway of Stratford upon Avon, who was with child. It is generally believed that Shakespeare married Ann Hathaway in preference and the records of this are held at the County Records Office in Worcester, due to the fact that at the time, Stratford upon Avon was part of the Worcester Diocese.

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Worcester Cathedral

8 College Yard, Worcester, WR1 2LA
Tel: 01905 732900     Web:

Possibly the most interesting off all England's cathedrals, open every day. Royal tombs, an ancient crypt and chapter house, medieval cloisters. Victorian stained glass. Services three times daily.

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