St. Mary's Church, Richmond

St. Mary

An historic building at the heart of Richmond. The first church was built on the site in 1220 but the entire building was rebuilt between 1487 and 1506 when Henry VII of Yorkshire took the throne. 

When inside, have a look at the new stained glass windows on the south nave wall, in particular that in memory of Ruth Gedye who died aged just 18. There is much detail to be found within its swathes of colour.

Address: St. Mary's Church, Station Road, Richmond, DL10 4LB.

Parking: the Council's pay-and-display car park on Station Road next to the church is usually open to the public after 6pm. Other car parks are available in Richmond, please check the Richmondshire District Council website.

Accessibility: the church is wheelchair accessible but there is a sloped path up to the entrance. Disabled visitors may be dropped off at the bottom of the path but may need help to ascend to the church door. Please call our office in advance to discuss your needs on 01748 880019. An accessible toilet is located within the church.

Hearing loop: yes.

Toilets: three toilets within the church.

Upcoming Events

The Revolutionary Drawing Room

Tuesday 28 May 2024

19:30 - 21:30

The Revolutionary Drawing Room

Brodsky Quartet with Special Guests

Monday 03 June 2024

19:30 - 21:30

Brodsky Quartet with Special Guests

Emma Johnson’s Orchestra for the Environment

Thursday 06 June 2024

19:30 - 21:30

Emma Johnson’s Orchestra for the Environment

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