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St. Andrew's Church

Royal Parade, Plymouth PL1 2TR, England
+44 1752 661414
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Wonderful concert evening

A wonderful evening listening to an excellent orchestra with a superb choir all in aid of a well... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2015
brian840019
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Callington, United Kingdom
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Welcomed as you arrive, history of church being rebuilt, the new windows are beautiful. So peaceful... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2015
Pendley
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Bedford, United Kingdom
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Royal Parade, Plymouth PL1 2TR, England
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Reviewed 11 July 2015

A wonderful evening listening to an excellent orchestra with a superb choir all in aid of a well deserving children's charity. Coffee and nibbles provided by the volunteers making the perfect experience in this marvellous building full of history.

2  Thank brian840019
Reviewed 11 July 2015

Welcomed as you arrive, history of church being rebuilt, the new windows are beautiful. So peaceful inside to sit for a while.

3  Thank Pendley
Reviewed 11 June 2015

Beautiful, historic medieval church with some interesting buildings behind it (Abbey and Prysten house), also several stained glass windows by the historic, talented duo John Piper and Patrick Reyntiens.

2  Thank Melissa B
Reviewed 4 June 2015

A lovely centre piece to Plymouth. Services are held and the Christmas mass is a must to attend. This church survived being bombed in the war. Beautiful stain glass windows and a quiet place for contemplation.

3  Thank michele40
Reviewed 3 June 2015

I am a regular at this fine church. There is a wide range of services and vistors are always welcomed.

3  Thank Peter T
Reviewed 8 May 2015

Welcoming to visitors and historically and architecturally very interesting. Outstanding modern stained glass windows designed by John Piper. A visit there is a good introduction to both the ancient and recent history of the city

3  Thank Rodney M
Reviewed 30 April 2015

Loved the history surrounding it and reading the headstones of the long dead.A very old church still in use.

3  Thank Chiquita S
Reviewed 28 April 2015

Plymouth doesn't have an anglican cathedral despite it being a city. The minster church of St. Andrew's is a must visit, beautiful stain glass windows and lots of history and heritage. If you are there when the bells are being rung it is beautiful to...More

3  Thank susan952
Reviewed 12 April 2015

welcoming atmosphere with book shop and open during the day for quiet prayer or you can meet the local church folk should you wish to!

4  Thank Deborah H
Reviewed 7 April 2015

The early services (0800 communion) cater to the traditionalists with the Book of Common Prayer being used. The mid morning Sunday service is inclined to be very 'family friendly' - guitars & children. The Easter Sunday Service was nearly full. A real tribute to the...More

3  Thank BigAnnII
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HillyCirencester
What days and times are the bells rung (including practices)?
12 September 2015|
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Response from Jannerbloke | Reviewed this property |
Before matins Sunday morning, at least one night a week and sometimes before weddings. I've always though that it would be good if the very best was put in for a funeral but apart from a single tolling bell I've not noticed... More
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