ST GEORGE'S CHURCH
St George’s Church consecrated in 1831, stands on the corner of Church Lane and Chapel Road. It has eight bells and a four-dial clock commemorating the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. It is part of the Church of England, and worships God in the Catholic Tradition where a spirit of joy predominates. The regular congregation have a reputation of being warm and welcoming, and they belong to many organisations in and around the church and town.
There is an expanding programme of activities at St George's for members of the community, and further information and details of events can be found by visiting their website, which is listed in the column opposite.
New Mills itself is a lively and interesting town on the edge of Derbyshire's Peak District with a fascinating history. The Heritage Centre, housed in a converted stone building, contains a finely detailed model of the town in 1884, when the Union Road Bridge was nearing completion. There are many other interesting displays, and along with an accompanying commentary, ‘The New Mills Story’ is told.
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ST GEORGE'S CHURCH NEW MILLS
There is an expanding programme of activities for members of the community, and further details of events can be found by clicking here.
You can also contact the church by visiting the Contact us page.
THE DISCOVER DERBYSHIRE AND THE PEAK DISTRICT GUIDE
Provides a wide range of features with heritage trails and detailed countryside walks, through some of the most scenically attractive countryside in the UK.
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