Saturday 14th of September Church open 10am to 6pm

Sunday 15th of September Church open 1pm to 5pm

If you have not visited St Barnabas Church before, you will be surprised to see all that is on offer during our Heritage Open Days

Guided Tours  -  Local records on display
Tea and Cakes in the vestry

  • An extensive exhibition illustrating the history of the church, the parish, the school and the town in general over the years.
  • The entire 1911 Census of the parish will be available to view. Who was living in your house a century ago?
  • Displays by outside organisations – new this year a display by the Friends of Grosvenor and Hilbert Park, which is in the parish.
  • Guided tours of the building, including the beautiful Mortuary Chapel, which is generally
    closed to the public.
  • Read a bit of history and view these unique images from St Barnabas Tunbridge Wells CLICK HERE

More information on St Barnabas’ open day is available on the Heritage Open Days web site

Ride and Stride Tunbridge Wells 2013
On Saturday the 14th September church doors will also be open for the Church Cycle Ride where we will be signing cyclist in and offering refreshment as part of the Ride and Stride annual event CLICK HERE FOR FULL DETAILS

 

St Barnabas School
St Barnabas School on Quarry Road will also open its doors on Saturday (10am to 1pm), providing a rich insight to its history and a chance to see work by its current pupils. Why not visit both properties at the same time?

 

Help promote this event by downloading and displaying our flyer Click Here


Access to the church is from Stanley Road and Quarry Road. Parking available.