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All that has been written already about St. Anne's Church is accurate; a gorgeous building, internally and externally, and a well kept churchyard containing the grave of John Arlott, the wonderful cricket commentator whose voice evokes, for me anyway, the long hot summer of 1976...More
enjoyable church visit; it is quite grand for so small a town. It is not surprising that it is called the cathedral of the Channel Islands. It is located in the most gorgeous small town and all together this makes Alderney well worth a visit.
St Anne's Church is quite large for such a small island and its population. It is situated near the centre of the main community. It is well looked after (nearing the end of renovation) and is a real pleasure to visit.
The acoustics in this island church are spectacular. This building echo's love, and appears to have good services to the community. I enjoyed reading the £1.00 'local' John Le Mesurier leaflet which is for sale at the book stall, at the back of church.
The church is in a tranquil spot right in the centre of town just off Victoria Street. It is being renovated at the moment externally and there is quite a bit of scaffolding around it, however, well worth having a look. It is peaceful inside...More