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Beautiful example of 15th-century church architecture with Victorian restoration. Full programme of activities run by local organisations, and community information centre. Space to hire for concerts, meetings and lectures. Tower tours available...more
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St. Peters Church High Street, Marlborough SN8 1HQ, England
All reviews craft stalls coffee shop cakes beautiful stained glass windows western end meals snacks beautiful building worth the climb at reasonable prices visit marlborough high street tea room community tower teas gifts wolseley
What wonderful use of a disused church with beautiful stained glass windows. The building is now beautifully maintained and serves the community. The coffee shop sells wonderful homemade cakes and the light bites/daily specials are terrific value. There is also an interesting little shop..
The church has been disused as a church for many a year. It is now used as a set of craft stalls and a cafe.
Superb stained glass windows and wall memorials, along with writing on the wall uncovered during renovation work.
A superb reuse...More
I popped in to have a look around whilst visiting Marlborough as I'd seen reviews on Tripadvisor. Lovely church which has been repurposed as a cafe and gift shop. Interesting to look around. Didn't have time to stay for a drink as en route to...More
We were wandering around Marlborough on a wet morning and saw a sign on the church door as we passed about a craft shop and cafe, so ventured in. It's a beautiful building, and although no longer used for worship has signs up telling you...More
At the £2 for adults and £1 for children the tower tour was a steal! Brilliant guide who took time and care to explain all sorts of aspects of the church, its bells and the Norman history of the town of Marlborough. Children 9-14 loves...More
We have attended evening choir concerts in here and the acoustics are excellent.
It was deconsecrated 49 years ago and it’s now run by a Trust; it sits at the western end of the High Street, nice daytime coffee shop (and craft shop for those...More
This is no longer serving as a church but is a wonderful part of Marlborough's history and a busy place providing a sense of community with ts lovely coffee shop offering good food and drink. The building is magnificent with wonderful painted walls around the...More