Local Heritage at St Andrew’s
Open every day (daylight hours)
You are welcome to visit and explore the church and churchyard during daylight hours.
If you bring your smartphone or tablet you can access our free digital heritage guide to the church and additional information about the village and the people who have lived here over the past 800 years.
We also have a paper leaflet highlighting key features within the church, a church quiz sheet (age 9+) prepared for St Andrew’s by NADFAS (National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies) and a buzzy bee paper trail hunt around the church for younger children with parents or carer.
These can be found in the children’s corner to the right of the church as you enter.
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We hold coffee mornings several times a year in the church when villagers can get together for a chat over coffee and cakes. Visitors are welcome to join us. Details of our next coffee morning will be available shortly.
If you require any information about the coffee mornings and would like to be included on a circulation list for them, please contact Karen (01249 782854 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Summer at St Andrew’s
We hope you experience some peace in the church and churchyard through the summer.
Keep a look out for information about our Sunday services at 11am on the 1st and 3rd Sundays in the month and other events such as coffee mornings and Heritage Open Days (15th and 16th September)’.
The church interior can be a welcome cool retreat in hot weather, and around the church there is plenty of local craftsmanship on display and information about the church and local community and its history. Bring your smartphone and try out our free digital heritage tour.
Cards and local walk guidebooks can be purchased inside the church.