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St. Andrew, Churcham, Gloucestershire


The church of St. Andrew is a small building of stone in the Early English and Norman styles, consisting of chancel and nave, south porch and a western tower, containing a clock and 6 bells: the chancel arch is Norman: the roof, wooden spire and bells were destroyed by fire in 1876: the church was partly rebuilt in 1878, at a cost of £1,800, and the bells were recast by Warner and rehung at the same time, the chancel also being restored: the clock was presented to the church in 1884 by the late Edmund Weight esq. and in 1885 a stone font, an exact counterpart of the original, was presented by Mrs. Weight: a new organ was provided in 1910: there are 250 sittings.

Church Records

The register dates from 1541.

St. Andrew

Denomination:Church of England