Facilities and features
Open at services and events. Otherwise, if there is no-one about to open up, there are pubs and tea rooms close by.
It is usually possible to park at the lych-gate. However, event parking can be difficult.
Music and Worship
The bells are rung for the main Sunday and special services by a strong and very active team of ringers. Weekly practice is on Thursday evening. For details, see the church website or contact us by email.
Occasional. Advertised locally.
Peter Collins' 23-stop 2 manual organ was dedicated in 1998. Its oak case was inspired by the oldest known in Britain, the sixteenth-century case at Old Radnor in Wales. For details, see the church website or contact us by email.
Matins is on the first Sunday at 11 am, Holy Communion on the third Sunday at 8 am.
Groups, Courses and Activities
Two groups meet monthly.
'Book Swap' is at 11 am on the third Wednesday; as well as coffee and chat you can borrow books and jigsaw puzzles.
On the first Wednesday, 12.30 to 1.30, there is a 'Soup, Cheese and Chat' lunch. During Lent this happens every Wednesday.
Messy Church meets monthly on Sundays from 4.00 - 5.30 pm, usually on the fourth Sunday, and is very active, providing activities, celebration and food for all the family - children, adults, any age. It has a strong following of parents and children.
To find out more, see the church website or contact us by email.
Help for Visitors
Contact us to arrange.
By arrangement we can serve coffee, tea and light lunches to visiting groups.
The church and crypt are open for visits during normal daylight hours except during services and some special events. The crypt is open when the church is open. Opening and closing times are not fixed. The church is usually open for visits by 9 am. Lock-up in summer is about 6 pm, it is earlier in winter.
To check on this week's special events and services see "This Week" on the church website. Provided you use common sense and don't obtrude on other people, we are happy with photography when the church is not in solemn use or during concerts.
We are surrounded by many listed buildings and structures.