St Peter’s Church is generally kept locked
This website is being updated but unfortunately, at the moment, the Friends of St Peter’s can’t be contacted via the website.
Our 2022 events and services will be published in full shortly but our notable and special one is featured below:
Friday 3 June and Saturday 4 June ‘A LOOK AT THE FIFTIES’ EXHIBITION to commemorate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Village groups and individuals are being invited to exhibit their 1950’s memorabilia, such as:
Books, toys, clothes, cooking utensils, any other interesting items and especially Coronation memorabilia.
Any 1950’s village photos or memories will also be very welcome.
This is the an opportunity for all to display their 1950’s items and to show how much life has changed in the last 70 years.
The Churches Conservation Trust to
* Increase awareness of the church and its history
* Encourage greater use of the church for community events
Headed by an enthusiastic committee, the Friends are promoting the use of this much loved building by all members of the local community for concerts, exhibitions, amateur dramatic performances and similar events.
The Friends provide a pool of volunteers to assist the Churches Conservation Trust’s custodian to care for the church.
Membership is open to all and by joining the Friends of St Peter’s, Offord D’Arcy you will be assisting the Trust to develop greater use of the church.
You can give valuable support – simply by belonging.