The historic church was completed in 1892 and styled after the medieval Anglo-Saxon churches of 13th century Britain. The tower of this architectural style was built as a defensive structure – enabling inhabitants a high lookout point that was an easily defensible position to ward of attacks. The tower of St Andrew’s church was utilised in Word War II as an official lookout for the airwards. The Church itself houses a pip organ containing 665 pipes built in 1904. Take a stroll through history and experience a modern (1900) nod to medieval Britain.
Disabled access available, contact operator for details.