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The present church is a Grade 1 listed building. It was commissioned by Alice Foster in memory of her parents. Her architect was William Lethaby, a leading light in the Central School of Arts and Crafts. Brockhampton Church was his last major work and surprisingly, was completed as late as 1902.

The Arts and Crafts movement placed great importance on encouraging local craftsmen to become involved with good design. Today, you can enjoy many examples of their work in this beautiful church, together with Burne Jones Tapestries, made in the workshops of the renowned William Morris.

Brockhampton All Saint's Church

All Saint's Church Brockhampton, is set in beautiful countryside high above the River Wye and lies between the historic city of Hereford and the market town of Ross-on-Wye. It is one of a few thatched churches in the country. The Church is open every day for visitors during daylight hours.

Friends of Brockhampton All Saint's Church

We welcome you to become a friend of All Saints' Brockhampton to help preserve this beautiful and unique arts and crafts place of worship for future generations.

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