The Isle of Wight has a plethora of beautiful churches dating back to the early Norman invasions of the 11th century, through to the Victorian and the modern. Contact us to discuss your requirements.
The large, impressive All Saints Church has been referred to as “the cathedral of the Island”. Dating to 1870, it seats up to 600, and is served by a modest but very useful car park, is moderately heated with excellent acoustics, a popular venue for concerts. The church spire is viable from the mainland and is lit up at night by exterior spotlights and make an impressive sight.
The church has a large adjoining hall that is used for community events. It has a kitchen and toilet facilities. It has a medium size car park on site, and extra parking in a school opposite which would need to be discussed with them.