Planning your Visit
The church is usually open daily to visitors: Click for current OPENING TIMES
Please use the following information when planning a visit to the church to view the Chagall Windows or contact the Church Office for further assistance: firstname.lastname@example.org , 01892 833241
Visitors are kindly requested to leave a suggested donation of £3.00 per person
to help towards the upkeep of the church. Donations can be posted by cash or cheque in the "donations slot" on the publications table near the font inside the church or can be paid via our online shop. (Cheques made payable to: Tudeley Cum Capel ECC)
Unfortunately there are no toilet facilities in the church. Groups who book a guided talk will be given access to the toilet facilities located in the adjacent hall.
Public toilet facilities in the local vicinity can be found here: Local toilet facilities
Alternatively local places offering refreshments can be found at the bottom of the page.
There is no need to book if you are small in number (less than 8 visitors) but please check the calendar
for events and occasional closures such as weddings and funerals. You are welcome to join a church service for worship, (view our Sunday Church Services here)
, however the church is not open for viewing of the windows during services at All Saints' Tudeley. As the church is small, if you prefer a quieter experience you may wish to avoid visiting alongside a pre-booked visiting group, which can be checked on our calendar
GROUP VISITS/COACH PARTIES
If you are bringing a group or coach party of 8 people or more please complete A Group Booking Enquiry Form
or contact the church office.
Groups should make a booking in advance of their visit. You may find the church closed for a wedding/funeral/church service if you have not booked in advance. Coach drivers may find it easier to approach the church from the south which gives a wider right-hand turn into the lane rather than from Tonbridge. There is a large car park with room for coaches to turn at the end of the lane. Please do not park on the main road or in the lane which causes an obstruction and hazard to traffic and our neighbours.
Please turn off your engine to respect our neighbours and the environment.
There is a large car park at All Saints' Tudeley with room for coaches to turn. Please avoid stopping on the main road or parking in the narrow entrance lane which creates an obstruction to our neighbours and local traffic.
The suggested Car Park charge of £2 per vehicle is only for users of the car park who are not visiting the church. Please post any money for using the car park in the Donations slot found inside the church on the publications table opposite the entrance door next to the font.
The entrance to the church is accessible to wheelchair users, having a very low threshold and no steps or ramps. Inside the church there is a specially constructed ramp which allows wheelchair users access to the chancel. Toilet facilities, including an accessible toilet, are situated in the church hall next to the church, however the hall can only be unlocked for visitors who have pre-booked a guided talk.
The car park spaces near the gate are reserved for disabled badge holders.
ENHANCING YOUR VISIT
Download a Podcast: The message of the windows of All Saints' Tudeley by Patricia Dunkin Wedd
Download a Prayer Walk around each of the windows.
You are welcome to take photographs for personal, educational & non-profit use for which a donation would be much appreciated.
Permission is required from the Church Administrator
if you wish to use an image for commercial use.
For further details, please view our Photography Policy.
There are many wonderful walks which can begin and end at All Saints' Tudeley with a permissive path which links to the Tunbridge Wells Circular Walk. The Poacher and Partridge Pub has several local walks available to download on its website.
Walking groups are welcome to book a visit to the church. Groups wishing to use the car park at All Saints' Tudeley as a base for a walk should contact the Church Office in advance to make a booking to avoid clashing with other events such as funerals or visiting coach parties. By contacting us in advance, we can hopefully accommodate everybody's needs. Individual walkers and walking groups not visiting the church are asked to make a suggested donation of £2 per car for the use of the car park to help with its upkeep. Car Park donations can be placed inside the church in the donations slot on the publications table next to the font.
HOW TO FIND US
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