St. Leonard’s church is a Grade I listed church building in the heart of the picturesque village of Bretforton. The church dates back to the late 13th century but has some later Victorian additions. However, many of the original medieval features survive. The church seats 140 and is usually left open.
There a resident organist and a band of bell ringers which ring most weeks. New heating, lighting and sound system are installed with hearing loop.  

The last village band in Worcestershire, the Bretforton Silver Band, has strong ties to the church and provides music for special services. Please see the community website, Bretforton.net, for further details. The church also has strong links with our local community school, Bretforton First School, and the famous Fleece Inn.

Worship is on Sunday mornings at 9:30am on the First and Fourth Sundays, with 6:30pm services on the Second and Third Sundays. On the third Wednesday of each month we have a morning Eucharist at 10:00am. Please see the Home page for more details.

There are kitchen and toilet facilities are available on request.

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