St Aldhelm’s Church, Sandleheath

St Aldhelm’s Church, Station Road, Sandleheath.

This is one of three relatively modern churches in the team. The land to build it was given by the Hulse family (Breamore House). Lady Hulse laid the foundation stone on 14th June 1907. The Church was built by local labourers and craftsmen using bricks that were made in Sandleheath at the, then, thriving brickyard.

As from 6th March 2011 St Aldhelm’s has ceased to be used as a regular place of worship.  All worship in Sandleheath now takes place at the Methodist Church on a rotation of Methodist and Church of England led services.  To find out which service it is next week, download our weekly newsletter.

Since November 2018, the St Aldhelm’s building has been leased to Sandleheath Village Hall (SVH) and many exciting improvements will be taking place over the coming months and years. Work on the kitchenette and toilets is due to commence January 2020. SVH arrange a variety of fundraising and social events to fund the improvements.

For more information about events at St Aldhelm’s, check out the Sandleheath Village Hall website at