Welcome to St George's Anstey. This church is part of the United Benefice of Hormead with Wyddial, Anstey, Brent Pelham and Meesden. Together we make up the Quintet Churches, five parishes intersected by the river Quin in East Hertfordshire. St George's serves the community in and around Anstey.
St Mary the Virgin
Welcome to the church of St Mary the Virgin, Brent Pelham. Part of the united benefice of Hormead with Wyddial, Anstey, Brent Pelham and Meesden, this is one for the five churches that make up the Quintet Churches. This church serves the community of Brent Pelham and lies right at the heart of the village.
St Mary's Meesden is part of the United Benefice of Hormead with Wyddial, Anstey, Brent Pelham and Meesden; the Quintet Churches. St Mary's serves the whole community in and around Meesden village. It is a beautiful church nestled in the countryside up a leafy lane. Visitors are welcome at any time.
Welcome to St Giles Church, Wyddial.
St Giles is part of the united benefice of Hormead with Wyddial, Anstey, Brent Pelham and Meesden. It serves, primarily, the community of Wyddial, though the parish extends down to the outskirts of Buntingford and across to the edges of Hare Street.
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