Pendock Old Church
History, tourist information, and nearby accommodation
To the north of the church are earthworks which may mark the location of an abandoned medieval village and the site of a manor house associated with the de Pendock family.
Though the core of the church is Norman, there are 14th-century windows and a west tower of a similar date.
The interior has some interesting furnishings, including Elizabethan pews and Jacobean communion rails. There is a small 18th-century organ which may have been played at one time by composer Sir Edward Elgar.
Pendock church is not in regular use and is cared for by the Churches Conservation Trust.
About Pendock Old Church
Address: Sledge Green, Worcestershire, England, GL19 4QL
Attraction Type: Historic Church
Location: From Sledge Green take the A438 south east, and turn right on the minor road to Pendock. Turn left on a C road running east, parallel to the M50.
Website: Pendock Old Church
Churches Conservation Trust
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