Anglican:  All Saints.

Located on the southern edge of the Malvern Hills, All Saints is a small church built of local stone with limestone dressings.  Created for the local miners in 1869 as a chapel of ease to Castlemorton. The architect was Frederick Preedy who also designed the stained glass of the east window. Became a separate parish in 1913. The east end was extended in 1929. All Saints is open daily during daylight hours. (Ref A Church Near You, April 2014.)

Hollybush Ext Sept 2013          Hollybush Int Sept 2013

                                                     All Saints’ Church,   September, 2013.

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References and some further sources:
Bridges, Tim.  Churches of Worcestershire,  2005.
Brooks, Alan and Nikolaus Pevsner.  Buildings of England:  Worcestershire,  2007
Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service, The Hive Worcester, Parish Papers: Hollybush, Ref. 850

n.b. Full details of these books are on the Bibliography Page. 

Websites:          British History Online:  Entry for Castlemorton.
                           Church Plans Online:   Ground plan and text for 1868 (Frederick Preedy)
                           Historic England listing
                           A Church Near You.
                           Family History Website.

For more pictures of the architecture of Frederick Preedy Please Click Here.
For more pictures of stained glass by Frederick Preedy Please Click Here.

Nearby Worcestershire churches are:  Berrow,  Castlemorton,  Upton Deanery

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