Hadnall

St Mary Magdalene

SY4 4EG

Wheelchair access, WC

'A pleasing mixture of medieval and Victorian styles'. The north and south doorways have plain Norman round-headed arches. The tower was built in the 1830s. There is some excellent stained glass. There is a fine monument to Sir Rowland Hill, second in command to the Duke of Wellington.

Read more about St Mary's  on their website:-

http://www.stmarymagdalenehadnall.co.uk

Photo from village website http://www.hadnall.org.uk 

Text from 'The Churches of Shropshire' by John Leonard.