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The Church of St Mary the Virgin, Nash, is the parish church of the village of Nash, situated about 3 kilometres (1.9 miles) south of the city of Newport, South Wales. Described as the cathedral of the moors , the large church is medieval in origin, with additions and restorations dating from the 18th and 19th centuries. The 15th-century steeple has been described as unique in South East Wales. Since 3 January 1963 it has been designated a Grade I listed building, primarily due to its medieval tower with fine spire.

Have a go at bell ringing and discover a wonderful church! Join us for a bell ringing taster session and see demonstrations, talks, a video-link and even have a go for yourself!

Booking required. There are eight 30-minute bell ringing taster sessions available throughout the day for you to choose from, just select your desired time from the tickets list.

Please book by visiting the website or by calling 01633 292982 or click on the Eventbrite page:…

NB. If you just wish to look around the church, there is no need to book onto a bell ringing session.

Address - St. Mary's Church, St. Mary's Rd, Nash, Newport, NP18 2DD.

Directions - by car: from M4 junction 24 or 28, take the A48 to Spytty retail park roundabout. Take the A4810 and follow the brown signs for Newport Wetlands. You will see the Church spire and the turning left. By bus: contact Newport bus on 01633 211202. By train: nearest station is Newport (5 miles). By bike: Sustrans National Cycle Network route 4.

There are surfaced footpaths leading to and from the church.