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Glyn Evans was the Vicar for our wedding last weekend at St Andrews Church. The service was fantastic, everything we had hoped it would be and more. All of our guests have commented on how wonderful the Vicar and the service itself was. Thank you...More
We have visited this church 3 times in the last 2 months, the first was for the christening of our Granddaughter, the second to light a candle for our grandson who has sadly passed away and the third for the harvest time concert. All three...More
Visited this church on Sunday 30th April 2017 for a christening and was blown away by the place.
I am not religious in any way but this is a hidden gem and massive part of Newcastles proud history.
The vicar was an amazing bloke and...More
I attended the Harvest Supper last night and really enjoyed the night. The church is beautiful and the welcome was sincere. Ellington Band were outstanding and the food and drink very welcome.
A great community church and a hidden gem in the middle of town.
I called in here as I was passing during my lunch break, I was drawn in by the look of the ancient churchyard and the welcoming open-door policy. The first thing I noticed as I entered the church was how warm it was, unusual for...More
Surrounded by busy streets and right into the center of Newcastle, you will find a lovely old church. It is the oldest church in Newcastle, some parts date from the 12th century. It is very quiet inside the church, the noise from the traffic seems...More
Visited as part of Heritage Open Days. Both the church itself and the surrounding churchyard are of great interest. The yard even has a section of Newcastle's ancient town wall in it. The interior is very well preserved and contains notable features such as a...More
An 12th Century church, which has a very interesting graveyard (the unmarked graves of executed 'witches' lie here - a kind caretaker gave me some print outs with details of those hanged). Key names associated with Newcastle's history are buried here. The church itself has...More
St andrews is a really old church & churchyard going way back in centuries, the interior is all original with the tiled aisle floor, some of the headstones dat way back & it's really spooky passing on a dark night when all the trees are...More