Harvington Hall – Kidderminster

Harvington Hall is an Elizabethan moated manor house with rare wall paintings and the greatest series of priests hiding places in the country. It is owned by the Archdiocese and managed through a voluntary committee chaired by Right Reverend Monsignor John Moran.

Visitors may join a guided tour or wander round the Hall by themselves, there is an attractive gift shop, a tea room looking over the moat and charming gardens with a picnic area to explore.

The Hall is open from Wednesday to Sunday, from April to October and weekends only in March, as well as Bank Holiday Mondays, it is always worth phoning before coming in case there is a special closure. The Hall opens at 11.30 and last entrance is at 4.00pm.

The Hall is a wonderful place to visit as a Retreat; after a guided tour, groups may arrange to celebrate Mass in the Georgian Chapel in the garden or at St Mary’s church opposite the Hall. Visiting Priests are admitted free to the Hall either on a pre-visit or if they are accompanying their parishioners.

More information may be obtained from 01562 777846, [email protected] or www.harvingtonhall.com

Harvington Hall Kidderminster

Harvington Hall Management Committee

Chair: Rt Rev Mgr John Moran
Treasurer: Major James Arbuthnott
Address for Correspondence: Mrs S Breeden – Hall Manager, Harvington Hall, Kidderminster, DY10 4LR
Email: [email protected]

Harvington Hall Restoration Trust

Chair: Major James Arbuthnott
Treasurer: Mr Alan Jones
Address for Correspondence: Mrs S Breeden – Hall Manager, Harvington Hall, Kidderminster, DY10 4LR

Harvington Pilgrimage Committee

Chair: Rt Rev Mgr John Moran
Treasurer: Mr Alan Parsons
Address for Correspondence: Mgr Moran, St Mary’s Presbytery, Harvington, Kidderminster, DY10 4LR

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