The church is normally open during daylight hours throughout the year. Contact information to gain access at other times or if the church is locked can be found on the outside of the tower door.
Getting hereBarford St. Peter's Church is in the centre of the village at the junction of Church Lane and Church Street.
If approching from the North via the A429 (from M40 Junction 15), turn left into the village where signposted at the northern end of the Barford bypass. After crossing the River Avon via the old bridge, go past the Joseph Arch pub (on the right) and then turn left at the mini-roundabout to go up Church Street. After about a third of a mile you will see the Church on the right hand side.
If approaching from the South via the A429 (from Wellesbourne), turn right into the village where signposted at the southern end of the Barford bypass. Follow the Wellesbourne road for about half a mile, going past the Granville Arms pub (on the left), and then turn right at the mini-roundabout to go up Church Street. After about a third of a mile you will see the Church on the right hand side.
If approaching from Warwick or Leamington to the East (from the A425 Banbury Road), follow the Barford Hill road until you reach the village. From the 30mph signs, continue for about another two thirds of a mile through the two chicanes, past the Glebe Hotel on the left and the Church is immediately after this on the left hand side.
Please park somwhere on Church Street if possible as the parking in Church Lane is very limited and is primarily for residents.
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