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St. Edburgha's Church

Church Road | Yardley, Birmingham B33 8PB, England
+44 121 783 4736
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History gone wild!

One of the most beautiful, and historic churches in the area. Do not miss the old church door on... read more

Reviewed 31 March 2017
vivienne s
Mill Hall, Pennsylvania
Steeples and history

I love the village. The old park next to the church is so peaceful. The church has two halls. One... read more

Reviewed 5 January 2016
Birmingham, United Kingdom
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31 Mar 2017
“History gone wild!”
4 Jan 2016
“Steeples and history ”
Church Road | Yardley, Birmingham B33 8PB, England
+44 121 783 4736
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Reviewed 31 March 2017

One of the most beautiful, and historic churches in the area. Do not miss the old church door on the side with the pomegranate and the Tudor rose. (The North door to be exact.) Mason's marks are to be seen by the detectives in your...More

Thank vivienne s
Reviewed 5 January 2016 via mobile

I love the village. The old park next to the church is so peaceful. The church has two halls. One is used after the service for refreshments. We used to come out of church and go next door. During the week I went there for...More

1  Thank shirleypc
Reviewed 7 October 2015

This church is very old. It's reportedly in the doomsday book. I got married here in 1981 all my 5sisters married here and one of my daughter's married here two years ago. This is a church no grave yard.

Thank karen2307
Reviewed 18 July 2015 via mobile

Walking through this small "village" in a city is like being transported back in time. The church itself is a beautiful old building, on one side you have old Yardley Village and the other side is Queen's Park with big playing fields, a play area...More

Thank Becky G
Reviewed 25 June 2015

Set within the "village" of Old Yardley, you could be forgiven to briefly imagine that you were transported back in time. Next door to the 15th century church is the medieval Trust School building and nearby there is a Victorian School building. Both these buildings...More

Thank Rosie5757
Reviewed 5 March 2015

I have just moved to this lovely part of Yardley and walk past the church everyday,it is a Beautiful church and the little cottages nearby are unspoilt,it is like walking back in time.Beautiful little area I am privileged to live here.

1  Thank Jackiehayes59
Reviewed 21 September 2014 via mobile

Lovely old church in the heart of Birmingham. Attended for a friends wedding. Tucked away in Old Yardley, you wouldn't know it was there unless you were looking for it - a hidden treasure.

1  Thank cookiegalore_11
Reviewed 16 July 2014

Is is a beautiful old church in lovely grounds. It set in a medium size park, with a good little playground for the kids. Well worth a visit if your in the area.

1  Thank philcee
Reviewed 13 January 2012

St. Edburghas Church is a lovely old church with a bit of a cemetary around it, the church itself is a beautiful building with a recently renovated spire, if you are lucky enough to visit when it is open and churches are your thing then...More

1  Thank charleygeorge
Reviewed 21 June 2010

Beautiful Ye Olde church in the heart of Yardley, Birmingham. Close to Blakesley Hall and worth a look if you are passing by. Has a Pomegranate carved into the building to commemorate the wedding of Katherine of Arragon to King Henry VIII and the church...More

1  Thank Sassiecassie
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Hi , I wonder if anyone would mind answering a question about the church? I am attending a family wedding there next month and am a wheelchair user. I would like to know if there are steps up to the main entrance if possible? Thank you in advance.
2 May 2017|
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Jacqueline H
Can you please tell me who the first person was to be buried there, name and date would be appreciated thank you
22 August 2016|
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vivienne s
hello, the old cottages up from St. Edburgha' church that were owned by J.J. Chester my Grandfather, are their any old photos? There was an old gate at the left side and a building behind that had the loos in it. The cottages had no toilets inside. I have a photo from 1998. Thank you, Vivienne Shay
4 July 2015|
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