The Church was built in 1874 at the request of the Bishop of St Andrews, the Rt. Rev. Charles Wordsworth, Nephew of William Wordsworth and instigator of the Oxford v Cambridge boat race. The architect was John Lessels. A bell tower was added in 1882. It is a category B listed building. Stained glass by James Ballantyne and Clayton + Bell. The organ was originally erected in 1892. A modern organ, Wyvern Sonata Mark 4, was gifted in 2006 and uses some of the original iping and panelling.
Sundays: 8.30 + 11am and Tuesday 11am.
10am till 4pm weekdays
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