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  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- December Update from the Chairman  David Du Croz  St Peter's Church is delighted to announce that it will reopen as follows following the end of the recent lockdown:  As from Thursday 3rd December the Coffee Shop will reopen 10am to 3pm every day. Last orders for food will be at 2pm. Customers are asked to observe the government restrictions, especially the following wording: "you must not socialise with anyone you do not live with or who is not in your support bubble in any indoor setting, whether at home or in a public place".  As from Wednesday 2nd December the charity Christmas card sale will reopen 10am to 4pm every day.  Due to current government restrictions it will not be possible to welcome any visitors to the church other than those who are customers of the Coffee Shop or the Christmas card sale.   Brilliant Young International Musicians at St Peter's Church  Our programme of concerts is able to resume under revised government arrangements, so the rescheduled piano recital by Tessa Uys and Ben Schoeman can take place on Sunday 13th December at 7.30pm. Tessa and Ben will be playing music by Beethoven (2 orchestral symphonies transcribed for four hands) and Four Hungarian Dances by Brahms.  Places at the concert have had to be restricted and are already sold out, but it is possible to enjoy the concert on zoom. This costs £4.50 and is available by emailing for the relevant details.   Stay Safe and Keep Well  David DC  ------------------------------- 

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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