A guide to the Forest Of Dean Churches, a guide of the diverse religious architecture in the FOD.
Forest Of Dean Churches
There are lots of picturesque churches through the towns and villages of the Forest Of Dean. To find out more about churches in Gloucestershire our site has further details.
Also worth a visit is Gloucester Cathedral…
Holy Trinity Church Drybrook
Based at the northern gateway to the Forest of Dean, The Holy Trinity also known as Forest Church is situated in the Village of Drybrook.
An Anglican Church serving the communities of Drybrook, Brierley, Steam Mills, Bailey Lane End, Ruardean Hill and Harrow Hill in the Forest of Dean. Website..
The Cathedral of the Forest
All Saints Church in Newland is also known as The Cathedral of the Forest which dates back to the 1200s. This historic church is home to the Miners Brass a symbol of the Royal Forest of Dean.
King John appointed the first rector in 1216 in a small church building but over the next 2 centuries, the building grew into the current form. More about All Saints Church.
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