xx xx

St Saviour - Wildboarclough

Please see the Calendar for details of our services.

For informatiom about baptisms, weddings and funerals at St Saviour or how to find us, 
please see the list on the left.


 

St Saviour Church in Wildboarclough

The Church of St Saviour's Wildboarclough is located in the spectacular Peak District National Park and nestled in the shadow of Shutlingsloe, a local landmark also known as the Cheshire Matterhorn.

 

St Saviour's was built in 1901 by the Earl of Derby to commemorate the safe return of his sons from the Boer War, and the current Earl of Derby is patron of our Church. St Saviour's supports a predominantly agricultural community and is proud to be part of the Peak Parishes Benefice.

 

There are numerous activities throughout the year that are supported and centred around the Church, including our Rose Queen Fete held in the stunning gardens of Crag Hall, various special services focused around our agricultural community, for example, Rogation, Plough and Harvest, which we share with the other Parishes of the Benefice, as well as our annual Carol Service in December.

St Saviour Church in Wildboarclough
St Saviour Church in Wildboarclough in snow



xx xx