Related Churches within the area and contact information from external sources such as Crockfords can be found below.
St Luke's Church (United Reformed with Church of England)
St Luke’s is a Victorian building which has been extensively updated. The church community has been formed by the uniting of congregations from the United Reformed Church and the Church of England traditions into a Local Ecumenical Partnership.
The Church building now comprises four community rooms (available for hire) in addition to the Church space.
St Augustine of Canterbury
The church, originally a primary school dates back to the late Victorian era. The building has recently undergone extensive upgrading of its facilities and is now a multi-functional space which hosts a variety of events from parents and toddlers to line dancing groups. The church can be hired out for functions and is widely used by the local community.
2018 marked the building's 120th birthday.
Crockfords contact details
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