Rockbourne, St Andrew Stuart Logan

St Andrew

The church, which has some Saxon features, has been at the heart of the community for over 900 years.

Rockbourne , Hampshire

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Please contact the church for further details.

Address

St Andrew church
Rockbourne
Hampshire
SP6 3NN

The building is stone, with a part tiled roof and has undergone much development and refurbishment over many centuries. Today it is used for services and also as a concert venue.

St Andrew's, Rockbourne is one of four churches in the Benefice of Western Downland. Being situated high above the village at a prominent junction of footpaths, it is visited very often by ramblers associations as well as local people.

  • Captivating architecture

  • Parking within 250m

  • Church of England

  • Heritage Stimulus Fund Grant, £74,667, 2021

  • Tower Repairs

  • Cornerstone Grant, £12,000, 2021

  • Help fund urgent work which will allow the bells to ring again at St Andrew's church and keep the building at the heart of the local community.

  • Wolfson Fabric Repair Grant, £7,500, 2021

  • Help fund urgent work which will allow the bells to ring again at St Andrew's church and keep the building at the heart of the local community.

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St Laurence

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A large Grade I cruciform church on a hillside above the village.

All Saints

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