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St Mary's Church Dymock

Lovely old English church with very informative display detailing the lives and works of the Dymock... read more

Reviewed 22 April 2018
Munich, Germany
Beautiful church and exhibition - well worth a visit

We walked from Broom's Green to Dymock on the Poets Path II with our two children (aged 11 and 7... read more

Reviewed 22 October 2017
Louise P
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St Mary's Church | The Village, Dymock GL18 2AQ, England
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Reviewed 27 April 2018

I came across the Dymock poet enclave mentioned in a recent biography of A E Houseman, and as we were passing by we thought we would investigate. There is not a lot to see or find, but at least they have an open church and...More

Thank Christopher B
Reviewed 22 April 2018

Lovely old English church with very informative display detailing the lives and works of the Dymock Poets. Well worth taking 15 minutes out for visit.

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Reviewed 22 October 2017

We walked from Broom's Green to Dymock on the Poets Path II with our two children (aged 11 and 7). So glad we popped into the church. A wealth of reading material inside to tell you about the history and features of the church. The...More

Thank Louise P
Reviewed 5 October 2017

This is a lovely old church with some very interesting features. The display featuring the Dymock Poets is very informative and when we were there there was also a display commemorating a local poet who had died more recently. His poems were contemporary and very...More

Thank AnneChester
Reviewed 11 April 2017

This is an amazing church which had it been in Italy would have been in every guide book! Instead we had the visit to ourselves. Wonderful wall pictures; an amazing history in the most sublime setting. Highly recommended.

Thank susan H
Reviewed 31 March 2017 via mobile

We walked in sunshine among the golden daffodils which grow wild in this glorious corner of Gloucestershire. Our guide was a beautifully drawn map done by Barbara Davis, who lives locally and is a very talented artist. The walking maps can be bought in the...More

Thank Anne_and_AnthonyB
Reviewed 21 August 2015

This exhibition is hidden treasure. It explains the time just before the First World War whena group of poets stayed here and wrote wonderful poetry, walked the lanes and paths of the area, loved the landscape, and shared friendships. The knitted poets are a delight...More

1  Thank Jackie T
Reviewed 19 October 2014

The Poets Walk took us over hill and dale, through all kinds of fields, and gates that we knew nothing about, but were captivated by. Of special interest were the "kissing gates," which were tricky but fun. The V-shaped gates were a challenge, but fun...More

2  Thank Sandra S
Reviewed 21 June 2014

The Dymock area of Gloucestershire became a focal point for a group of like-minded poets in the years leading up to the First World War. If any of these names mean anything to you then this permanent exhibition is definitely worth a visit: Edward Thomas,...More

4  Thank MyDearOldThing
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