Facilities and features


Well behaved dogs welcome, including assistance dogs.

Our Building

Open for individual prayer

Listed Grade II*

Music and Worship

The two tower bells, dated c.1520 and 1774 had been out of use for many years and in need of restoration. Having raised funding and obtained a Faculty, we are currently (2023) awaiting off-site repairs to the historic bell. If you would like to make a donation you may do so through the button on our website http://www.wyedoreparishes.org.uk/Turnastone.htm

A foot-pumped reed organ (harmonium) is available to accompany hymns etc. Volunteer organists welcome - please get in touch. At other times we have recorder players, and when there is no musician we use pre-recorded organ accompaniments.

The majority of our services follow the Book of Common Prayer

Groups, Courses and Activities

Help for Visitors

Tours can be organised by arrangement - use the contact us page

A brief history and guide leaflet is on sale in the church, and also a postcard.
Visit us in late winter to see the display of snowdrops ("candlemas bells") in the churchyard, followed in spring by a magnificent carpet of daffodils.

The church is open during the day on most days, but best to check before making a special journey.

Other Features