The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Beckley
The beautiful Grade1 listed building dates from the 14th Century and has no additions later than 1500. It has remarkable wall paintings, including a 14th Century Doom, some interesting architectural features, and several examples of medieval stained glass. Visitors comment on its particular atmosphere of tranquillity and calm. The building was reordered in 1986, bringing the altar and communion rail westwards, very close to the nave, and there is also a Lady Chapel, giving versatile space.
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Beckley Church is open for private prayer, contemplation or meditation daily 10am - 6pm.