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Suckley church is in a group of churches called the Worcester West Rural Team and there is a service of worship here about three times a month. There is a strong feeling that this, the village’s largest building, needs to be useful to the whole community during the week as well as being our church on Sundays.


The church is usually open daily (with the school using it regularly too), so for the current information please look at the Suckley Church page on AChurchNearYou for up to date information on church opening and church activities.


The church also participates in Heritage Open Days, an annual celebration of England’s architecture and culture whose purpose is to allow public access to historical landmarks. More information on events for 2022 can be found here.



  • Opening up the Space
  • For Refreshments
  • For Entertainment


Opening up the Space

The whole church and churchyard is buzzing with life when hosting the BFG (Beer Food and Gifts) Fest of local produce. This festival brings the whole community, young and old, together in a way that was very much appreciated – a celebration of Suckley produce and talent.


For Refreshments

Until the pandemic, the new space provided a small informal social area with tea and coffee, and was  used for visitors, including school parents and those attending family graves, as a welcoming place for folk to come and meet up. Funds from trusts and other charitable bodies have enabled us to install running water and soon toilet and kitchenette facilities so that we will be ready with modern facilities to welcome back our community, visitors and parishioners alike.


For Entertainment

2019's BFG (Beer Food and Gifts) Festival of local produce and talents had fantastic weather, with over 800 attending to sample local brews (both alcoholic and cups of tea!), eat freshly prepared foods and nibbles, buy gifts (with Christmas in mind) and listen to musicians of all genres.

Ivor Bramich, a Suckley bellringer, repainted and re-guilded the clock face in 2009.