Church of England Diocese of Lichfield Clifton Campville with Chilcote

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

We have a disabled toilet on the ground floor

We have a wall mounted, folding, baby changing facility within our disabled toilet at the back of the church.
A bin, wash basin, and toilet too

We have two/three car spaces inside the church gates for disabled blue badge holders.

We have a disabled toilet on the ground floor

Ramped entrance

All our services are spoken through the sound system speakers with induction loop


Our Building

Grade 1 listed building.
St Andrew’s is considered to be one of the finest mediaeval parish churches in the Midlands as is reflected in its Grade 1 listing and feature in Sir Simon Jenkins’s 1000 Best Churches.
The church stands on a hill and its tower is topped by a 201ft elegant spire, supported by four beautiful flying buttresses providing a landmark for many miles around.


Music and Worship

We have in 2019/2020 extended outour ringing to the community to see who would like to ring.
we now have a few people skilled up and ready.

We have been re-introducing concerts and live music during 2019.
During the Covid 19 lockdown many of our events were cancelled and we now look ahead to reintroducing these again once we are back, more likely now in the Christmas time depending on things.

We use our organ regularly for services.


Groups, Courses and Activities

We have helped with 'My Faith Badge work' with a beavers group and would be happy to again with notice.

We have two regular bible study groups in our Benefice.
One on a Wednesday afternoon in Edingale and the other on a Tuesday evening at Chilcote.

Revd. John would like to begin a Christianity Explored course.
This was postponed during the lockdown and while team members were involved in Pilgrim and Alpha courses in near by vilages.

We have helped with 'My Faith Badge work' with a beavers group and would be happy to again with notice.
Revd. John has been a volunteer helper at Netherfield Cubs and Scouts, and also at Wellington Scouts group

Before the lockdown we were meeting regularly as 'Mease valley Munchkins'
https://measevalleychurches.com/about/mease-valley-munchkins-2/


Help for Visitors

Upon request for groups or individuals.

We have a guidebook for sale and available in the church

The Church Cafe is open during seasonal events.

The church is open everyday during daylight hours (except during the Covid 19 lockdown)


Other Features

Audio-Visual Facilities

Our churchyard and grounds falls within a conservation area for wildlife and trees