Things to do in and around St. Edmund's in Stoulton

Always open, whatever the weather - miles of footpaths across beautiful unspoiled countryside.  Listen to the birds, enjoy beautiful views, identify trees, guess what’s growing in the fields.  Download our circular walks. 

Take a picnic.  Start in Stoulton Woodlands. 


On Wednesdays from 21 July, throughout August and on to September 29 visit the Wellbeing Activity Centre in St Edmund’s. Come and go as you please between 10am and 3pm. Meet friends, drink tea/coffee, picnics on church green. Take photographs, watch or join Anna’s art group or Mary’s smart writing activity.  Make sure your story is included in the legacy project ‘We are all part of the story’.


On Sunday July 25. ‘Garden Open’ at The Tynings in Church Lane, Stoulton. 2.30 - 4.30pm

John and Leslie’s garden is a plantsman’s delight and set In the heart of the Stoulton Conservation Area. Live music and delicious homemade cakes generously donated by the bakers of the Stoulton ‘Bake Off’ held in Stoulton Village Hall the day before. 

Fund raising for St Edmund’s. £8 


Dig out your bike, and take part in Ride & Stride - the National Churches Trust’s annual sponsored fund raising event on Saturday, September 11. You can walk, cycle, ride a horse, or even drive a car.  Plan a route to visit as many churches as you can between 10am and 5pm - make sure you visit St. Edmund’s in Stoulton, the coffee’s good and there is a portaloo!  Half the money you raise goes to the church of your choice and half to the Worcestershire and Dudley Historic Churches Trust. 


Heritage Open Days 2021.  10-19 September.

The theme this year is “Edible England” - just right for the parish of Stoulton.  


On Friday 10th September. Come to The Old Vicarage Garden, Church Lane, Stoulton at 6pm for the launch of the new Stoulton Parish App for phones and tablets. Drinks & nibbles.


From 11th September.  Download and use the Stoulton Parish App - it’s designed for families of all ages - and find out why the farmers want you to keep their story alive.  Visit the exhibition in St Edmund’s and discover more about this priceless heritage.


On Sunday 19th September from 2-5pm. An afternoon for families with activities for heritage detectives based on the theme of Harvest Time in Stoulton. All welcome.  


Donations to the work of St. Edmunds are always very much appreciated, thank you.