Pasture near Bredenbury
Bredenbury shown within Herefordshire
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The parish church, dedicated to St Andrew, is in the syle of 1300 but was built in the 1870s from a design by T H Wyatt. Land for the church was donated by William Barneby, of nearby Bredenbury Court. The Barneby family commissioned many of the interior furnishings for the new church. Wyatt also designed the first phase of Bredenbury Court in the Italianate style. An extension in 1902 was designed by Sir Guy Dawber.
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- "List of Parish Councils and Contacts" (xls). Herefordshire Council. Retrieved 2011-05-01.
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- Ofsted details for unique reference number 116654
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