‘Building for the Future’: our Restoration Project
Using Yesterday Today to build Tomorrow
We are undertaking a major Restoration Project at St. Andrew’s Church. We estimate that it will take £6 million to complete. Work is ongoing and will continue over the coming years.
The aim of the project is to transform the building so that it will become:
* A Heritage Centre: to explore the history of the church and the community of Enfield
* A venue for Entertainment: concerts, plays, organ recitals and much more
* A Community Hub: open 7 days a week for the local community to find a place to meet, rest, chat and enjoy space together
* A place for Worship: fit for the 21st-century, a creative place to worship God in comfort
The project began in 2020. Given that St. Andrew’s is a Grade-II* Listed Building, the planning stages, permissions for work and actual work are immensely complex and time-consuming. As the project develops, more information will be added to this page.
The Restoration Project will improve the current building. However, it also incorporates a strong educational element. We want to chart the history of St Andrew’s, from 12th-century to the present day. Information, when collated, is regularly added to this website. Over the coming years, we will also be making short videos on various aspects of the history. In addition, we will be offering educational tours when we are in a position to do so.
Thank you for your patience as we undertake this mammoth task! Please do check back on this website regularly for new and updated information.
If you have any information that would be useful, or photographs that could be used, please do contact Rev Dr Steve on firstname.lastname@example.org
Photos and Stories
Do you have any old photos of St. Andrew’s? Do you have any stories from the past that you would like to share with us? If so, and you are happy for them to go on the website, please drop us a line.
Phone: 07905 861234
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