St Mary the Virgin

The Church, dedicated to St. Mary the Virgin, was greatly restored in 1969 and is probably well over a thousand years in origin. 

Click on this link for a road view of the Church on Google maps.  The entrance to the Church may also be found using What3Words – please visit this link – ///serve.happening.cattle 

St Mary the Virgin church now has a Facebook page.  Please visit fb.me/StMarysUpleadon and ‘like’ the page to follow it and receive updates when anything is posted.


Church of England Guidance on COVID-19

Following the Prime Minister’s announcement of 23rd March, the Archbishops have written to clergy in support of the measures and again on 27 March, requiring that churches must now close both for private worship and public services. Our church buildings are therefore now closed for public worship,  private prayer and all other meetings and activities except for vital community services until further notice. 

For more information, and to read the guidance provide by the Church of England, please follow this link: https://www.churchofengland.org/more/media-centre/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-parishes


5 thoughts on “St Mary’s Church”

  • Sheila Gibbons 28th January 2017 at 19:07. It is a beautiful church I never seen a church like this before, the tower looks really good it eye catch me when I when pass it. Loved it all in side the church.My local vicar Jeremy Goulston might visit if that ok.
  • Jane 20th February 2017 at 21:14. Hi. I recently visited your beautiful church. I spotted the head of something in the masonry above the Nave which you can only see if you are in front of the altar. I couldn’t quite make it out. Could you tell me what it is please. Many thanks.
  • Tim Kestin 6th July 2017 at 17:59. I would like to visit this church. What hours is it open ?
    Tim Kestin
    Chalford Hill
    near Stroud
  • Pauline Gibson 21st October 2017 at 20:44. What a wonderful Church. I am sorry we missed seeing it when visiting Gloucestershire earlier this year. I’m only seeing it now thanks to a friend on Facebook.My husband and I enjoy visiting the different Churches when visiting Britain and discovering their history.
  • Melissa Hancock 20th May 2019 at 13:02. We visited this church about two weeks ago now. Trying to find out where my husband’s uncle was buried. His name was Thomas Albert Hancock, date of burial was the 9 October 1929, aged 30 years. Apparently, there is no record as to the exact spot, as we would have liked to place a memorial stone in his memory.Lovely church, so pleased we visited.

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