Berwick Church is a Grade 1 listed building. It is built on what may well be a pre-
Details of opening times and of how to find the church can be found here. Entry to the church is free.
The church is most well known for the extensive 20th Century murals which cover the nave walls, chancel arch, screen and pulpit. These were painted during the Second World War by the Bloomsbury artists, Duncan Grant, Vanessa Bell and Quentin Bell.
Every year thousands of ‘Bloomsbury Pilgrims’ who have visited Charleston Farmhouse
This part of our benefice website contains details and on-
Berwick Church welcomes visiting groups and offers a guided talk by prior arrangement.
Please click here for details of costs. Our Visitor Coordinator for Berwick church
is Mrs Linda Hallums -
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Works reproduced in this website by Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell are copyright ©
of the Estate of Vanessa Bell 1961
and the Estate of Duncan Grant 1978, courtesy of Henrietta Garnett, and are reproduced by kind permission.
Works by Quentin Bell are copyright © and reproduced by kind permission of Mrs Olivia Bell.
We regret that due to urgent restoration work on the Bloomsbury murals Berwick church will be closed to the public From 1st to 30th November 2013