This magnificent church stands as a monument to the past importance of the village of Weobley. Its recently restored spire is 185’ tall and most of the building dates from the 14th century, though some earlier parts remain. It contains a fine marble memorial to Cromwellian supporter and Parliamentarian Col. John Birch. Other features include medieval stained glass, ball-flower decorations, a scissor-beamed roof and a Norman archway in the South Porch.
Help maintain our beautiful church for the enjoyment of future generations.
Membership of the Friends of Weobley Parish Church is open to anyone regardless of religious belief. All the F.O.W.P.C’s funds are used solely for maintenance of the fabric of the Church building and of the Churchyard.
Expenditure is controlled by Members at General Meetings and through their elected Committee.
To arrange payment of annual subscriptions (at present a minimum of £10) please complete the forms here or pay by cash or cheque. (payable to F.O.W.P.C.) Single donations great or small will also be gratefully received.
If you would like more information about joining the FOWPC please contact to the Hon Secretary, Mrs Jo Ware on 01544 318296.
Every August Bank Holiday weekend for the past 33 years, the Friends of Weobley Parish Church have held an Art Exhibition. This has become part of the Herefordshire art scene where over 50 local artists, both professional and amateur exhibit and sell their work. If you would like to exhibit, please contact Jo Ware for an entry form. The closing date for entries is August 1st.