St The Rt Rev. Richard de Wyche
(1197-1253)

Bishop of Chichester (from 1244) and Saint (from 1262)

Died aged c. 56

Richard of Chichester (1197 – 3 April 1253), also known as Richard de Wych, is a saint (canonized 1262) who was Bishop of Chichester. In Chichester Cathedral a shrine dedicated to Richard had become a richly decorated centre of pilgrimage. In 1538, during the reign of Henry VIII, the shrine was plundered and destroyed by order of Thomas Cromwell. St Richard of Chichester is patron saint of Sussex in southern England; since 2007, his translated saint's day of 16 June has been celebrated as Sussex Day.

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tutor of Edmund de Lacey

Commemorated on 1 plaque

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Site of Manor of Wyche and birthplace of St Richard de Wyche C 1197 The Raven Hotel was originally an Elizabethan House, restoration and enlargement was carried out by the Salt King John Corbett in 1897

Raven Hotel - St Andrew's Street, Droitwich Spa, United Kingdom where they was born (1197)