A fun and informative tour celebrating the inspiring women of St Alfege - let's explore their stories together!


March 2024 marks 30 years since the first women in the Church of England were ordained as priests and St Alfege Church are delighted to launch a new tour during Women History Month.

Join the church to hear the fascinating stories of women connected to St Alfege Church and the role they played through the centuries – from organists to bellringers, from scientists to suffragettes. Get a unique chance to visit the bell ringing chamber and take a closer look at rare historic manuscripts from the church's archive.

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

There are two public car parks nearby:
- Burney Street SE10 8EX
- Cutty Sark Gardens SE10 9HT
* There is no public parking available in the churchyard but on street parking using meters is nearby.

Public Transport Directions

St Alfege Church is easily accessible by public transport.
Greenwich Mainline Rail Station: Greenwich DLR, Cutty Sark DLR
Bus nos.: 129, 177,180, 188,199, 286, 386

Women in St Alfege Tour

Type:Guided Tour

St Alfege Church, Greenwich Church Street, London, Greater London, SE10 9BJ
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