A village in East Cambridgeshire, England



St Peters Church.

The parish church.

At around 800 years old, the oldest building in the village. There are bells in the tower dating from 1450 onwards, but they have not been pealed for a number of years. The church boasts early English graffiti (carved into a pillar during a visit to Stetchworth by one Queen Philippa) depicting a woman in an elaborate head-dress, and several animals.

Service times:
Tuesday 5th September: 7.30 pm. Licensing Service for new vicar                                    Sunday 10th September: 9.00 am. Family Communion                                                   Sunday 24th September: 3.00 pm. Garden Party                                                                    


Morning prayer every Monday morning at 10.00 am at Clare Farm, Dullingham


National Church:


United Reformed Church

Opened in 1963 on the site of the old Congregationalist Church.

Service times:
Sunday 3rd September: 10.45 am. Cheveley URC  Saturday 9th September: 10.00 am. Coffee Morning                                                         Sunday 10th September: 11.00 am. Rev'd E. Colechin (includes Holy Communion)           Sunday 17th September: 10.45 am. Cheveley URC Sunday 24th September: 11.00 am. Mrs W. Roe                                                                                                                                                      

National Church: