St Edward, Kempley

St Edward, Kempley

Built in 1903, St Edward’s was described by John Betjeman as “a mini-cathedral of the Arts and Crafts movement”. Construction was overseen by Randall Wells on behalf of Lord Beauchamp. In keeping with the Arts and Crafts ethos, the building was built and decorated by local artisans, from local materials and it retains a rustic, handcrafted feel.

Postcode: GL18 2BP

St Edward, Kempley
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