My husband and I got married in this church last month and we thought it was perfect. Our Vicar, Antonia Cretan, was fantastic and made a real effort to get to know both of us before the wedding and she really put us at ease on the day as well. The church feels very quite small and quaint but it can actually hold around 100 guests. We had a Welsh Male Voice choir sing and the acoustics of the church made the choir sound wonderful. There isn't a great deal of space outside for group shots but we got some lovely photos of just my husband and I.
I went as a guest to a wedding in St Andrews. Really nice church in the centre of the village, and the landlord of the local pub, The Greyhound, was very happy for cars to be parked there as limited parking near the church.<br /> Space for about 100 guests, plus more room in the choir stalls. <br /> The (female) vicar was really welcoming and the service was perfect. The church warden was a bit officious, to say the least, but only until the bride arrived.<br /> They are happy for there to be confetti at the gates, which is a really picturesque spot for photos, although a lot of the rest of the church yard is over-shadowed by huge yew trees.