Because of past vandalism, the church building is kept locked except when it is being used for Sunday services or events.  If you would like to look round, please contact our history expert via [email protected].

Getting here

Sitting on the back doorstep of Henry VIII's hunting lodge, the church of St Dunstan, Hunsdon is a serious contender for the title of "First church in England to hold a service of worship in the Church of England." (Would you argue if Henry was that close?!)

Today, the Royals don't get here much, but the rest of us continue to worship without them, and not only on Sundays...

Please check out our own website for up to date information about services, midweek activities and special events.

Church Lane
SG12 8PP

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