Minting, St Andrew

Minting, St Andrews*
Minting, St Andrew is a tranquil church set back from the road in the heart of the village. Minting once had a Benedictine priory and is mentioned in the Doomsday Book. The church was rebuilt in 1863 but retains an early medieval chancel. You can enjoy live music and study our 13th-century stone panels and ‘Thankful Village’ memorials.

Minting, St Andrews, fragments of an elaborately carved 13th century cross*
Minting, St Andrews*

Opening times:
Saturday 11am–3pm
Sunday 11am–3pm


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*photo by Ashley Taylor of Push Creativity for the National Churches Trust - Explore Churches website