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Re-opening of St. Andrew's Church

THE RE-OPENING OF ST ANDREW’S CHURCH The PCC wishes to let the village community know that St... read more

Sunday Church Services on Zoom

LIVE CHURCH SERVICES ON ZOOM DURING THE COVID PANDEMIC Sadly, there is no public worship in St... read more

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Development Plan

The Development Project will:

  • make the church a much more flexible and usable space
  • address vital issues to do with safety, accessibility and disability
  • bring the building up to a much higher standard of comfort
  • provide the facilities that will make its use a pleasure

In practical terms the project involves:

FLOORING – removing the various different floor levels in the nave, the main part of the church, and replacing them with with one floor level throughout the nave

HEATING – installing a new heating system throughout the building which combines effectiveness, unobtrusiveness, efficiency and economy

LIGHTING – installing a new lighting system which is flexible, adjustable, unobtrusive and highlights the architectural features of the church

SOUND SYSTEM – providing a flexible system for users and effective sound-reinforcement for listeners, including those with hearing difficulties

SEATING – enhancing the flexible use of the church for worship and for social activities by having interlocking, stackable oak chairs with a separate storage area for additional chairs

LIBRARY – creating a reading and study area with bookcases and seating, focussing on religion and philosophy and local history, heritage and archaeology for adults, teenagers and young children

FACILITIES – building an extension to contain a wc with disabled and baby-changing facilities, a kitchen, a meeting room/vestry and storage

EQUIPMENT – providing a digital projector and remote control, large projection screen, and folding exhibition stands with integrated lighting

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