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  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- January 2021 Update From The Chairman  It will not surprise you to know that following the government's imposition of Lockdown Mark 3, we have decided not to reopen the church after the Christmas/New Year break for the time being, and until regulations make it possible to operate in the manner to which we have become accustomed.  But worry not, we will reopen as soon as it is possible and practical for us to do so, and the Coffee Shop will be back. In the meantime we are not being idle as this photograph below shows. Peter Martindale and his team of church conservators are back at work on the Lady Chapel and the south aisle, giving this part of the church the same treatment as they gave the north aisle last January. When they have finished here next month they will be moving onto the Baptistry and the west end of the church with a view to finishing in early March.  In addition to this work Trustees continue to be busy investigating possible new uses for the space previously occupied by the Craft Shop, as well as making plans for the future - exciting times ahead which we will share with you as they come on stream.  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. 
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