St Andrew, Norton

About This Churchyard

This beautiful churchyard is under half a hectare in size and is a treat to visit in the summer when the meadow areas are in full bloom. Flowers include harebell, pignut, burnet-saxifrage, knapweed, yarrow, heath bedstraw, meadow vetchling and vetches. In autumn the front part of the graveyard is covered in masses of pink and white cyclamen. Winter reveals carpets of snowdrops followed by daffodils and cyclamen in the spring. There are bat boxes on site and interesting trees such as weeping ash, holy thorn and three notable yews.

Key Features
  • Wildflower areas
  • Wildlife haven
  • Stones with stories
  • Sundial
  • Lichen haven
  • Peaceful space for quiet reflection
  • Lovely lychgate
  • Good accessibility
Visitor Information

? Dog friendly (please keep on a lead)

? Suitable level access

? Parking available in lay-by opposite


St Andrew’s Church, Norton, Nr Presteigne, Powys, LD8 2EY

Opening times

10am – 4pm

Contact details

Helen Ackland


Slope up to Lych Gate, tarmacked path up to church Porch door, plus wide grass path to back gate.

Nearest toilets are in Presteigne, 1 mile away.

Benches available in the churchyard.

Baby changing facilities are available in Presteigne.

Parking & transport

Parking available in the lay-by opposite the Church and on the lane.

Nearest bus stop is opposite the Church. The bus runs from Kington to Knighton every 2 hours during the day.


There is a choice of cafes available in Presteigne.

More Information

Plant List July 2017



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