St Peters Church Bournemouth

St Peters Church in Bournemouth Town centre

Best Local Historical attractions in Bournemouth

Published on by Angela Carlin-Brown

St Peters Church Bournemouth

St. Peter's Church in Bournemouth has a long and rich history that dates back to the mid-19th century. The church was designed by the architect George Edmund Street and was completed in 1879. It was built to serve the growing population of Bournemouth, which was rapidly expanding as a popular seaside resort.

Over the years, St. Peter's Church has played an important role in the community, serving as a place of worship and a centre for social and cultural activities. During World War II, the church was damaged by bombing, but it was restored and reopened in 1952.

Today, St. Peter's Church continues to be an important part of the community, offering a range of services and activities for people of all ages. The church's beautiful architecture and rich history make it a popular destination for tourists and locals alike, and it is widely regarded as one of the most important historical and cultural landmarks in Bournemouth.

In recent years, St. Peter's Church has also been the site of various cultural events, including concerts and art exhibitions. The church's central location in the heart of Bournemouth makes it easily accessible to visitors and locals, and it continues to be an important and beloved part of the town's cultural heritage.

DOZENS of residents and councilors attended a memorial service for the Queen in Bournemouth on Sunday evening, on the eve of Her Majesty’s funeral. Mourners gathered at St Peter’s Church in Bournemouth city center to listen to a sermon centred on Her late Majesty.
By Amira Young - UK daily News

© 2023 Carlin Brown Removals. All rights reserved.

Useful Links

We are not affiliated with any business mentioned in this article, but you can get in touch with them directly using the buttons below.

Postal Address

Hinton Road
Bournemouth, Dorset BH1 2EE
Message Centre Removals Bournemouth chat user icon


As this is your first visit, I thought I should just say hello, and to let you know that I am here should you need to speak with someone today.