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St Andrew, Histon

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Buildings and artefacts

Buildings and Artefacts: Grade I listed building in cruciform plan; central tower with early English transepts; separate Saint Andrew’s Centre in the village centre with public café, halls and modern facilities; elegant bank arcading on walls; roof timbers; restored chancel by Sir George Gilbert Scott; large lectern in the form of an angel and an eagle; memorials and stained glass.

Congregation to population ratio



Occasional concerts; no specific fundraising campaigns.

Income generation

Rental of Saint Andrew’s Centre halls and rooms; Saint Andrew’s Centre Café; regular giving.


Website; Facebook page; YouTube channel; Instagram account for youth work; magazine network; yearbook; leaflets; noticeboard; video screens in the café.

Community engagement

Saint Andrew’s Centre and café; services in care homes; working with charities; working with other faiths; flower festival; Light Treasure Hunt; Christmas quiz; churchyard clean-up; dementia choir; EssenceXtra; mosaic service; stepping stones for preschool children; Table Talk; TRIO groups.

Church category



North Stowe


Church Street, Histon,
Cambridge CB24 9EP


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