St Martin’s Vicarage

Dixon Street

Rough Hills

Wolverhampton  WV2 2BG

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The Benefice of Wolverhampton St Martin and St Stephen is made up of two Anglo-Catholic churches. On the 1st December 2015 the benefice of St Martin of Tours, Rough Hills, Wolverhampton and the benefice of St Stephen the Martyr, Springfield, Wolverhampton, were united to create a new benefice to be known as The Benefice of Wolverhampton Saint Martin and Saint Stephen.

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