Aldermaston Church | This historic building is a surprise for all who enter for the first time with its fine stained glass, eight bells and ornate wall paintings.
There are some beautiful churches in West Berkshire ….
All Saints Church in Farnborough | Situated in the highest village in Berkshire, the church has a marvellous view from the south door. Inside, see the John Piper window, a memorial to John Betjeman who once lived in The Old Rectory in Farnborough.
Churches Count on Nature | Churches Count on Nature 2023 is part of Love Your Burial Ground Week, focusing on the brilliant wildlife to be found in churchyards and chapel yards. It is a is a joint initiative promoted by Caring for God’s Acre, the Church of England, the Church in Wales and A Rocha UK.
Hermitage Church | A small 19th century church in Hermitage, West Berkshire. A welcoming congregation with people of all ages.
St Mary's Church Great Shefford | St Mary's Church in Great Shefford. Great Shefford Parish has three churches: the Parish church of St. Mary, the chapel of St. Stephen in Shefford Woodlands and the redundant church of St. Thomas in East Shefford
St Marys Church in Aldworth | Situated in beautiful countryside, St Mary's offers visitors a chance to see the Aldworth Giants!
St Thomas' Church in East Shefford |St Thomas’ Church, East Shefford Alabaster nobles and wall paintings in a rural idyll
St Stephen's is a grade ii listed building , situated in the small village of Shefford Woodlands.
Wilder Churches | Encouraging wildlife in your churchyard. Once you have an idea of how wildlife uses your churchyard you can start to plan how to manage and encourage it.
World War 1 St. Stephen's Church in Shefford Woodlands | Woods carvings around the church acts as a commemoration of the tragic events of the First World War and the impact on this small hamlet.