Areley Kings Church House

Church House Areley Kings

Church House is a half-timbered building situated in the village of Areley Kings, Worcestershire only half a mile from the busy river and canal town of Stourport-on-Severn.

The building lies in a quiet rural setting with views over the River Severn towards the Wyre Forest.

It has two large rooms, the Layamon Room (upstairs) and the Warden’s Room (downstairs) plus a separate kitchen and toilets facility.

There is a free car park adjoining the building with space for 20-25 cars. The simple layout of the building makes it suitable for a wide range of events such as parties, business meetings, baptism receptions and funeral wakes. It is also used by local clubs, societies and community groups.

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Building History

Built in 1536, Church House stands in the peaceful churchyard of St Bartholomew’s Church, Areley Kings. It is an exceptional Grade II listed building due to its undisturbed oak timbered and wattle and daub fabric. The building was extensively restored in 2005 and a modern kitchen and toilets facility was added to bring it up to date as a multi-use community facility.

Church House is run by an independent charitable trust comprised of volunteers from the local community. 



Church House