St Eadburgha’s Church, Chipping Campden

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Church · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Get a feel for English religious history from the perspective of a village temple at St Eadburgha’s Church. The church carries the name of Eadburgha--a granddaughter of the Saxon King Alfred--who was the first Abbess of Great Britain. Experience the peaceful atmosphere of the church 'sinterior, which features stained glass, an altar cross, and a host of other ornate decorations. Look out for the exquisite marble statues, whose quality and beauty makes them almost come to life. For a small voluntary donation, you'll receive a pamphlet explaining the history of the church. Make St Eadburgha’s Church part of your personalized Chipping Campden itinerary using our Chipping Campden route planning website.
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  • We almost missed this church. From the road one would not notice that inside the narrow lane between people's house,there is a church. However, we noticed it when we arrived at our hotel before time.....  more »
  • St Eadbrurgha’s Church is almost hidden away up a path. But it’s so worth the walk. The church has a welcoming feel. Clearly well looked after and an excellent prayed in space. The interior is...  more »
  • Beautiful church and full of fresh flowers obviously cherished and loved by who ever takes time to tend all those flowers
  • It is a beautiful old church, we go regularly. It is a shame that more people don't go to share our experience and pray for our future.

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