St Eadburgha's Church
St Eadburgha's church was the original parish church of Broadway, a Christian place of worship which dates back to the 11th century. Long before the High Street became a major stagecoach stop on the route between Worcester and London, the village of Broadway once stood in a different place, further south towards Snowshill. When the High Street brought in new passing trade, shops gathered around the busy road and the perimeter of the village slowly shifted away from St Eadburgha's. Despite being marooned from the 'new' village, the church is still the symbol of Broadway's history. It retains most of its ancient medieval features and is situated about a mile out of the village, nestled at the foot of the hill on Snowshill Road.
The church now operates during the summer months when prayer is held every Sunday evening at 6pm from Easter until Harvest. St Eadburgha's church in Broadway is open for viewing daily throughout the year.