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St Michael & All Angels parish church
Grid reference: SO761196
Location: 51°52’33"N, 2°20’51"W
Post town: Gloucester
Postcode: GL2
Dialling code: 01452
Local Government
Council: Forest of Dean
Forest of Dean

Bulley is a hamlet in Gloucestershire, almost seven miles west of the city of Gloucester and about a mile north of the village of Churcham.

Parish church

The parish church of St Michael and All Angels has been a dependent chapelry of St Andrew's parish church, Churcham since at least AD 1100.[1] Both St Andrew's and St Michael's are now members of the Forest Edge group of churches.[2]

St Michael's is a Norman building.[3] A Perpendicular Gothic window on the south side of the nave is a 15th-century addition.[4] In 1886 the building was restored under the direction of the architect Sidney Gambier-Parry.[3] The church is a Grade I listed building.[4]


Bulley has had a long association with Churcham. When a parish school was founded for Churcham and Bulley in 1856 it was built at Bulley.[5]

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  1. Elrington, Herbert & Pugh 1972, pp. 25–28.
  2. "St Michael and All Angels Church". Our Churches. Forest Edge group of churches. http://www.forestedgegroup.comlu.com/Bulley%20Church.htm. Retrieved 30 July 2013. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 Verey 1970, p. 117.
  4. 4.0 4.1 National Heritage List 1078688: Church of St Michael
  5. Elrington, Herbert & Pugh 1972, p. 28.