We believe that the expression of human creativity through the range of artistic media is an essential part of being human and having meaningful lives. Culture and artistic expression gives us insight into who we are.
Since 2016 we have been involved in organising cultural and arts events including a bi-annual festival. These have been held in the Spring and consisted of an art exhibition, plays, musical performances, talks and art/music/writing workshops. The 2020 Arts Festival was to be spread over the year, at weekends, but after hosting two events things were put on hold except for one drama performance which we held in a Covid Safe environment in the summer.
Having been awarded a grant from Community National Lottery Fund to work with children we commissioned an online children's performance and workshops through Full House Theatre Company.
Get in touch with your ideas!
Sign up for latest news
History of St. Paul’s and Remembrance
The site was sold by Caius College in 1839 to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners and the church was built as a chapel of ease in 1841 at a cost of £5,766. It became an independent parish a few years later. It was designed by Ambrose Poynter (1796-1886), a pupi lof John Nash who had a long and wide-ranging career as a church architect. Designated a Grade II building, the interior of the church was converted in 1996 and then again in 20—to create a more flexible space for church gatherings and for community use.
We are committed to Safeguarding Children, Young People, Victims/perpetrators of Domestic Abuse and Vulnerable Adults.
The PCC has adopted the Church of England’s policies and best practice on safeguarding which may be found in our Safeguarding Policy and on the Church of England’s website: https://www.churchofengland.org/more/safeguarding. If you have any non-urgent questions or concerns please contact our church wardens on firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Website created by Amy Lo Designs