Welcome to St Peter's

St Peter’s is well known in Marlborough and the surrounding area for its versatility in what it offers the community while promoting the unique value of the historic church building and its remarkable features.

Today, St Peter’s is a community hub offering a unique venue for events, exhibitions and activities as well as a popular coffee shop within a landmark building on Marlborough High Street.

Once inside, visitors can appreciate a range of features including wall memorials to historic figures and leading local residents, an unusual vaulted ceiling in the Chancel, beautiful stained-glass windows, and a 1924 carved wood reredos War Memorial in the Lady Chapel.

In addition, visitors can still walk up the 139 steps of the Church Tower and reach one of the highest points in Marlborough for a wonderful 360 degree view of the area. St Peter’s is also well known for more than 30 flags that are flown from the Tower according to a specific schedule to commemorate national and international occasions.

St Peter’s continues to be the place for the community to connect with its history through an ever increasing programme of concerts, exhibitions, events and activities for the benefit of our local residents. See our Events

The Trust remains dedicated to keeping this beautiful historic building in all its restored glory so that visitors from near and far can enjoy it for years to come.

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Opening hours

Everyday,
Monday to Sunday

10.00am - 3.30 pm

Facilities

Coffee Shop
Breakfast Menu
Lunch menu
Sunday Roasts

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What's on at St Peter's Marlborough

Latest news and information

Our latest events, news and commuinity information

A proposal at the top of the tower

A proposal at the top of the tower

On 18th September 2021 Simon Martin took his girlfriend, Vicki, by surprise by proposing to her on top of St Peter’s Tower. The Tower Constable, who was actually in on […]

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St Peter's Clock Dial Replaced

St Peter’s Clock dial is back!

137 years after its installation in 1884 the corroded and weatherbeaten dial of St Peter’s Tower clock was professionally removed for refurbishment on 1st July. A team of three experts […]

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Brilliant International Musicians in St Peter’s Church

This tenth series of BIMPC will bring the total number of glorious recitals in St Peter’s Church since 2002 to 71. While providing the audience with the opportunity to hear […]

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