St. Nicholas Church Studland

This is an original Saxon church estimated to have been built in 1050 and altered by the Normans. This charming Studland parish church has a a ring of four bells, a pipe organ, choir and can hold about 120 people. There is plenty of parking close to the church; the NT car park is just behind the churchyard and also has plenty of parking. The Church is situated at the end of a quiet, idyllic close with an ancient barn and farmhouses nearby. It is a very pretty spot.

Harry Warren is just a few minutes walk away down the hill and at a family wedding the Rolls Royce was left to ferry the older generations while the bride and groom led an impromptu procession on foot in the summer sunshine. Great fun and no bother with cars.

The walk takes you past the wonderful stone cross which looks as though it ought to have been there for hundreds of years. That is until you look more closely and see the Concorde and the Bomb. It is a beautifully crafted mixture of old and new and was made in 1976.

Contact Details - Swanage and Studland Ministry

For more Church information including times of services please see Local Churches

To enquire about a Church Wedding in St. Nicholas Church in Studland
please contact Rev Tony Higgins.

Studland Parish Priest: Rev Tony Higgins
Tel: 01929 450691