St Luke’s Church was built in 1083 . The main east window has some fine examples of stained glass art. The church is Grade 1 listed and much of the nave of the Norman church, in existence at the time of Domesday, still survives. The original Norman arches above the windows are still visible. The church is noted for its octagonal tower, one of only two in England.
Parking, disabled access and toilets.
Read more about the work of the church at http://www.hodnetparish.org.uk/stluke.htm