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  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A Note from the Chairman  David Du Croz  Despite the past six months of restrictions and cancelled events, St Peter’s Church continues to flourish and serve its community as it has done for more than 500 years. We now look to the future with hope and optimism with our latest update.   The Coffee Shop continues to offer a safe and remarkable space for people to come together and share food and conversation. Booking in advanced is required.  As for the last 25 years, You will be able to purchase your Charity Christmas Cards from the 19th October in the west end of St Peter’s; social distancing and masks are required.  The Brilliant Young International Musicians 20/21 Series returns with the first concert on Sunday the 25th October; See more details here.  The redecoration of the south aisle and west end is planned for the January /February 2021.  Plans are in place to renovate the Tower Clock and the two corbels outside the east window where the stone faces have almost disappeared due to years of weathering.  Our collection of 25 Flags that are flown from the highest tower in Marlborough are now promoted by date on line – Click Here  We are developing a greater presence on social media and want to encourage more local people to become members of St Peter’s.  I look forward to seeing you in the coming months at St Peter’s Church. In the meantime, keep well and hopeful for better times ahead.  -------------------------------   

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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