Wimborne St Giles:

Wimborne St Giles


St Giles’ Church has Grade 1 Listed status and is situated in the middle of the village of Wimborne St Giles, facing the village green and school  and adjoining a row of early 17C Almshouses. The church has a fine organ and a resident organist.  It is open every day to visitors.  The present building was constructed in 1732 on the site of the earlier mediaeval church and was designed by the Bastard Brothers, architects of Blandford. Records indicate a church here in 1291. The Bastard Brothers church was in Early Georgian style, well constructed in greensand and flint. 


Church Wardens

Caroline Barnes

Martyn Cubitt

If you would like to get in touch with the Church Wardens, please email wsgchurchwardens@kcb.org.uk

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