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After a most enjoyable lunch at The Kilpeck Inn, the 4 of us walked across the road, 200m to this gem. This 12th century Norman church (circa 1140) is a renown, compact, historical site of importance. The main church door and external gargoyles register straight...More
Kilpeck Church is well signposted off the Hereford-Abergavenny Rd - it’s not the first church you pass when you turn off the A road, but about a mile further on.
The church is of national, indeed international historic importance for 2 reasons. Firstly it’s largely...More
Lovely to be able to look around fascinating old church. Most of the really amazing detail is on the outside but really appreciate the friendliness in the open church with information to hand to help point out the features. If you are in the area...More
Wonderful church. Fabulous carvings. A range of literature / postcards to buy should you so wish. Opening times make it very accessible. The scant remains of the castle are just to the left as you face the church.
A very old church with amazing carvings. My great grandmother was baptised here hence the visit. An amazing history of a Saxon village and it’s decline because of the Black Death. There is also the remains of a motte and bailey castle. A personal reason...More
This church is set in idyllic pastoral surroundings, The remains of a motte & bailey castle are immediately adjacent as are various lumps and bumps denoting a much bigger village prior to the black death.
However, the reason for the visit is to see the...More