White church with square bell-tower built in the 1960s. Building refurbished and upgraded 1995-6. Digital organ by Allen. The Congregational Sewing Group produced the Heritage Tapestry 30 by 27 inches, finely embroidered pulpit falls, communion table cords, and the hand-sewn banners (two on local themes). Several noteworthy items of stained glass. Noah’s Ark mural in main hall. In the grounds, a war memorial commemorating members of the congregation killed in action 1914-18 and 1939-45.
Sunday 11.00am all year and 9.30am mid-June end-August.
Open by arrangement
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