Shrewsbury, Frankwell

St George of Cappadocia


Built in 1832 as a chapel of ease to St Chad's, St George's became an independent parish in 1857.  The architecture was described by Dean Cranage as 'Debased Early English' in style with richly glowing stained glass.  The church is located close to Darwin's birthplace.

Read more about the work of St George's church, the history of the building, and much more, on their website.

St George’s is showing a special production of:-
‘THE GOD PARTICLE’ on Thurs 8 November. 7.30pm. (£10 adults, £5 children)
All the way from the Edinburgh Fringe to St George’s, Shrewsbury – a funny and thought- provoking play
by the co-writer of such TV successes as ‘Miranda’ and ‘Bluestone 42’.
‘...moments of great hilarity...  quite simply a show that just works;
perfect for the Fringe and well worth the price tag. Go see it.” ****

 Three Weeks, Edinburgh Fringe


Photo: St George's website