Welcome, especially if you've found us to discover more about getting married in Church.
We welcome everyone who wants to explore getting married in church to contact us via
our Parish Office (open Monday to Friday 10.30am to 12 noon)
Telephone 01425 653163 and talk to Jackie or Gail
or email us: [email protected]
We will help make it the best day of your lives!
Breamore church is a large and handsome structure and is of
special interest, being a valuable and practically complete
example of a Saxon building dating from late in the 10th
century. It is exceptionally long (96ft 6in) and consists of a
chancel and aisle-less nave, separated by a square central
tower, from which there opened originally a lateral porticus or
chapel or transept on each side, the one on the north having
now disappeared, and there are indications that a western
adjunct also existed opening into and of the same width as the
The walls are composed of whole flints with large quoins of
irregular long and short work and pilaster strips of green
sandstone and ironstone, but the appearance it now presents is
very different to its original aspect, for the whole church both
within and without was covered in pro-conquest times with
plaster, the only portions left uncovered being the quoins and
It is an exceptional place for worship and prayer.