Nestled within the picturesque village of Chirbury, we count ourselves lucky to be surrounded by rich history. Dating back to 915, Chirbury is home to many tales and truths you may not know.
Ralph Jandrell Pottery
Tucked away in the heart of Chirbury is an open pottery showroom, where the creative spirit of Ralph Jandrell is displayed. As a full-time potter, Ralph crafts exquisite pieces of pottery, adding a touch of artistry to the village's heritage.
The heart of Chirbury is a conservation area, which means its special architectural and historic features are preserved. Among the notable landmarks are Chirbury Hall, St. Michael’s Church, and The Herbert Arms, each bearing witness to centuries of tradition and history.
St Michael's Church
St. Michael's Church is a true embodiment of Chirbury's historical architecture, with its roots extending way back to the late 12th century. The church not only graces the village skyline but also tells stories of faith, community, and enduring traditions.
Above the entrance of Marrington Hall, an emblem with dragons holding a scroll tells the story of the De Bolers of Bowdlers. These ancient arms hark back to a time when the De Bolers family owned the property and various other parts of Chirbury.