St Anietus Parish Church

St Anietus Parish Church

There has been a Church on this site for over 1,000 years, the present one was built between 1425 and 1530. In the Church a board cataloguing  the  past vicars lists them from 1266 to the present day. The Church was dedicated to Saint Neotus on the 14th of October 1321.

The Church is chiefly known for its wonderful stained glass windows which were installed  from the late 1400’s onwards. You are sure to be amazed by the artistic skill of our ancestors. We are a living Christian community and we hope you will find something of interest in these pages. We would be delighted to welcome you to any of our services or just to visit.

We receive thousands of visitors each year and the church is normally open between 9am and 5pm in the summer and 10am and 4pm in the winter. There are guide books and language boards (French, German, Dutch, Italian and Cornish) available in church. Our Church has a Disabled Ramp leading up to the churchyard from the eastern side and a modern Disabled Toilet next to the Belltower.


Tel: 01579 320669