Facilities and features
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A composting, lit, heated disabled friendly toilet.
There is a large, picturesque, grass car park which is useful as a base for walking in the Lark Valley. It has an honesty box on its wall on the left as you enter or on the right as you exit.
The facility can be accessed using a RADAR key.
There is car parking at any time of the day for up to 80 cars
The entry to the church via the South Porch is all on one level, with a ramp leading into the nave.
The church is normally open during daylight hours for visitors and private prayer.
Notices in the church porch give details of how to gain access to the church in an emergency.
Grade II* listed.
Music and Worship
Peal of 6 bells
Fund-raising concerts and lectures are held from time to time.
A late-Victorian Bevington organ is played regularly at services and other occasions where accompaniment is needed.
Groups, Courses and Activities
Help for Visitors
A guide to the church, and a graveyard plan, are available in the church.
Normally during daylight hours for both visitors and prayer.
The church sits in the middle of the West Stow village conservation area, close to permissive footpaths around Culford Park.
There is not a separate church hall. But reordering work at the West end of the church means that the PCC wishes to see the flexible area so created used for suitable activities. There is a composting lavatory, and good vestry catering facilities.