St Andrews & All Saints Wicklewood is a simple yet quite lovely Medieval church with many interesting architectural features, which cover several periods. The principle features are from the Perpendicular period but there are indications of a much earlier church on these foundations, and the 14th – 15th century work mentioned was probably raised on those earlier foundations. There is also evidence of Victorian restoration and additions to the Vestry and Chancel.
The church has recently undergone repair and restoration work.
The Chapel of Ease associated with this Parish at Crownthorpe St James is now a private residence.
Choir practice takes place on Thursday evenings 7.30pm.
The church is used regularly on Monday & Friday 8am and Sundays 10am and is usually open. Historical details are given on a separate page.