Malvern Wells: The Wyche


Anglican: All Saints, Wells Road

On Wells Road. Built in 1902/03 by A Troyte Griffith replacing an earlier Mission Church. 

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               All Saints Church, c1913.                                                    All Saints Church, September 2013.

References and some further sources:
Bridges, Tim. Churches of Worcestershire (2005)
Brooks, Alan, and Nikolaus Pevsner. Buildings of England: Worcestershire  (2007)

n.b. Full details of these books are on the bibliography and sources page.

Websites:        British History Online:   Entry for Great Malvern.
                         Listed buildings:  Not Listed.
                         Parish Website.
                         A Church Near You.
                         Family History Website.

Anglican:  St Andrew’s,  Poolbrook.

On Malvern Common. Built as chapelry of Christ Church in 1885 by Lewis Sheppard. The attached church hall was added in 1980.

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            St Andrew’s Church, September, 2013.

Parish Website.
A Church Near You.
Family History Website.

Also in this benefice: St Mary, Pickersleigh.

Nearby Anglican Churches:  Great Malvern,  Little Malvern.


The Wyche Free Church: Jubilee Drive

Designed by Harold Seymour Scott, the church was opened in 1911.     It replaced an earlier chapel which was used for worship from 1856.   There is a memorial window by A. J. Davies of Bromsgrove.

References and some further sources:
Ellis, Rod  Dissenters All! The story of the non-conformist churches of the Malverns, (2008)

            Church website: Please Click Here.


Former Anglican:  St Peter, Malvern Wells.

Built in 1835/36 by R W Jearrad of Cheltenham. Made redundant in 1994 and now converted to apartments.

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    Former St Peter’s Church, September 2013.

Family History Website

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