Facilities and features


We have limited toilet facilities, situated in outbuilding. Sadly these are not suitable for wheelchair users.
St. Andrew's is currently trying to raise funds for a large indoor toilet suitable for the disabled and with baby changing facilities.

Limited on road parking near church due to double yellow lines and nearby Primary School. There is more parking beyond the double yellow lines on Church Street, but we do not have a designated car park.

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Our Building

Listed Building

Music and Worship

St. Andrew's has two bells; the first being a treble bell, weighing 1.75 cwt, and situated on the North side of the church. It was built in 1611.
The second, tenor bell on the south side of the church dates from around 1360-1380 and weighs 4 cwt.

We hold a variety of events in St. Andrew's, please refer to the following sources of information for more details:
~ Our Services/Events pages
~ Our Facebook page
~ Our church noticeboard
~ The Post Office noticeboard
~ The Village Hall noticeboard

Our organ is a very rare example of work by John Avery and is both a charming and valuable instrument. It was originally built in 1783, and came from Apethorpe Hall.
In 1991, K Tickell and Co. of Northampton rebuilt it as part of the celebrations marking 750 years of Christian ministry at St. Andrew's.

Book of Common Prayer (BCP) Evensong with hymns led by Lay Reader, Derek Harris at 6pm on the third Sunday each month.

Groups, Courses and Activities

This is done during our Home Group.

We have links with the local Brownies, who occasionally participate in some of our services, such as on Remembrance Day.

The local U3A groups find our church and guided tour very informative.

Help for Visitors

If you would like a guided tour, please contact one of our Churchwardens in the first instance:
Polly Beasley, 01778 380849
Jane Knott, 01778 345101

We do have a church leaflet containing a wealth of information about St. Andrew's.
Whilst there is no official price, we ask for a suggested donation of £1.00 which goes towards our Restoration Fund.

Other Features

Our coffee and tea are both Fairtrade.

St. Andrew's is a drop off site for Peterborough Foodbank, which helps to feed local people in crisis.
Please leave any donations in the basket at the rear of the church.
For practical purposes, it is essential that all items are tinned or long life and are well in date. Suggested and most practical items are:
Milk - UHT or powdered
Coffee (instant)
Tea bags
Long Life Fruit Juice
Jars of jam
Packets of biscuits
Tinned meat or fish
Tinned fruit
Instant potato
Tinned rice pudding
Tinned soup
Tinned sponge pudding
Tinned tomatoes
Snacks - please remember that children are among those needing to be fed.

Our family services are usually accompanied by words and images on a slideshow.

Conservation Area

St. Andrew's supports Back to Church Sunday.