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  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------  Dear Friends  Unfortunately the limited number of tickets for Charles Owen's concert at St Peter's on Sunday 13th September at 7.30pm sold out very quickly, but we are delighted to be able to invite you to join that event by zoom instead. Please understand that this is not a professional transmission, but we have done everything we can to ensure its success.  In order to avail yourself of this offer, please contact Nick Maurice ( or 01672512524) and he will  a) send you the bank details so you can transfer the £5 zoom fee into the St Peter's account (or you can send a cheque), and  b) let you have the details of the zoom code that you will need to join the recital.  Charles is well known to St Peter's audiences and will be playing a delightful programme of Schumann, Chopin and Liszt. We do hope you will be able to join us virtually, even if not in the flesh.  Kind regards,  David DC  Charles Owen has performed many times both solo and with chamber groups in St Peter's Church since 1988 when he first came with the violinist Katharine Gowers, while they were both students at the Yehudi Menuhin School. He is now Professor of Piano at the Guildhall School and it is thanks to Charles that the Church, along with the Marlborough Brandt Group/Thriving Through Venture, has been introduced to many "Brilliant Young International Musicians" who have played in our series over the past eight years.  -------------------------------   

Coffee shop set in historic surroundings 
Beautiful example of 15th-century church architecture with Victorian restoration 
Full programme of activities run by local organisations, and community information centre 
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. 
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