There has been a church on this site in Burford since prior to the writing of the Doomsday book. The church as it stands today was completely restored in 1889 in memory of Lord Northwick of Burford who at the time owned the estate & surrounding farms. It is home to a number of historic monuments dedicated to the Cornwall family, descendants of the Plantagenet line, one of these is the final resting place of a Royal Princess.
In an idyllic setting, St Mary’s Burford is surrounded by a country churchyard & is close to the River Teme. It is a hive of community activity, hosting Snowdrop festivals, summertime concerts & a stunning Christmas Tree Festival, with weddings & christenings throughout the year.
Close to Burford House Gardens, St Mary’s Church is open all year and has access for disabled visitors
(All Book of Common Prayer)
1st Sunday: 10.0am Holy Communion
2nd Sunday: 6.30pm Evensong
3rd Sunday: 10am; Holy Communion
4th Sunday:4.30 Evening Prayer and with effect from 24th. May 2015 10am Family Service (Common Worship)