St Lawrence's Church, Didmarton, Gloucestershire

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Please note: Limited on-street parking.

Lanes around Didmarton village are very narrow in places.

There are several steps leading from the roadside to the church gates.

Access is via a gravel footpath leading to the church entrance.

There is step access to the church interior.

There are uneven flagstones leading to the Chancel and Altar.

The grounds and graves are accessed by uneven ground.

Brief description

"Church of St Lawrence" is a Grade II listed building, whose origins date from 597 AD. The interior has medieval features dating from the 13th -14th Century.

There is a fine example of a triple-tiered octagonal wooden pulpit and hood.  The original box pews and carved stone trefoil piscina can also be seen.  The carved stone octagonal font dates to the Norman period.

During the 18th century, the church was subject to restoration. In 1992 the church was brought out of redundancy and is now functioning with regular services. 

A full description of the church is available online from the British Listed Buildings website. Church of St Lawrence, Didmarton, Gloucestershire (


St Lawrence Church, 20 The Street, Didmarton, Badmingon, Gloucester GL9 1DS


Get in touch - St Lawrence - A Church Near You


Revd. Richard Thomson: 01454 219236


St Lawrence - A Church Near You


From Cirencester - head south-west on A433 for 18.2 miles

From Bristol - head north-east on M32/A432 for 21 miles.

Opening Times

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