Swanwick, St Andrew

Swanwick, St Andrew

Swanwick St. Andrew's, a grade II listed church, was completed in 1859 and the tower added in 1902. The east window by Martin Travers is dedicated to those who perished in the Great War: the west window was designed and made by J.E. Nuttgens, Patrick Reyntiens and Jane Pepler.

Worship for all ages takes place every week throughout the month, full details are on our website, visitors are welcome to join us on Friday mornings between 9.15 and 10.45.

Pews have recently been removed from the church's west end providing a flexible area for activities, post-service refreshments and special occasions – such as our 2014 “open church” harvest weekend plus teddy bear parachute drop and teddy bear trail.

St. Andrew's collaborates with the Parish Council for the village's annual Well Dressing, Remembrance and Carol Services, and regularly hosts concerts of music to suit all tastes – including “Last Night of the Proms” with brass band and organ – supported by members of Swanwick's community and beyond.

Interior, Swanwick
Interior, Swanwick


Refreshments nearby


Stained Glass
Architectural Features
Historical Significance

Derby Road
DE55 1BL

Revd Aron Simpson (Vicar)
01773 607947 / aron.simpson@me.com

Open times:

Friday mornings 9.30am - 11.30am