COFFEE | COMMUNITY | CULTURE 
COFFEE | COMMUNITY | CULTURE 
COFFEE | COMMUNITY | CULTURE 
COFFEE | COMMUNITY | CULTURE 
COFFEE | COMMUNITY | CULTURE 

 St Peter's Church - the "not-so-redundant" church at the west end of Marlborough's High Street   A "must-see" place for any visitor to Marlborough  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LATEST NEWS  We are enormously grateful to our membership who have remained wonderfully loyal through these past six months. We hope to repay that loyalty in the not too distant future with something of a revamped Trust with a refreshed focus. More will follow to outline how we hope to bring our activities into the 21st century and more into the heart of the Marlborough community. We can report now that one feature of the new St Peter's will be the appointment of a Business Manager.  For the past 40 plus years we have relied entirely on the goodwill of voluntary help, however, if we are to achieve our ambitions and hopes we feel now is the time to bring in a person with the professional experience and expertise to help drive the Trust forward. Inevitably, given the absence of any precedent, such a role will evolve over time, though we are particularly keen that the Trust itself should have a more permanent physical presence in the Church, and that we should be able to draw into the Church a wider cross-section of the local community.  If you know of someone who might be interested in this position, please direct them to the website.  For more information on the role description of the Business Manager, please click here David Du Croz  ------------------------------- 

Coffee shop set in historic surroundings 
Beautiful example of 15th-century church architecture with Victorian restoration 
Our our upcoming events run throughout out the year. Click Here 
Space to hire for concerts, meetings and lectures 
Tower tours available most Saturdays from Easter to early-October, and otherwise by appointment, as are guided tours of the church 
 
All managed by a charitable Trust supported by the financial generosity and voluntary efforts of many friends. 
 
Did You Know? 
A rough count reveals that some 7600 babies were christened in St Peter’s between 1611 and 1840. 
Current Building Works 
 
 
Current Building Works 
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