St Anne's Church is the parish church for the Channel Island of Alderney.
The small , three miles square Island has a close and friendly community and the church is very much at the heart of all that goes on. The main town is St Anne, where a primary and secondary school can be found, along with a post office, hotels, restaurants, banks and shops. This is also where the Church of St Anne is located.
Consecrated in 1850 and celebrating its 170th
anniversary in 2020, the church is acknowledged
as one of the finest Victorian buildings in the Channel Islands.
feature of the Church of St Anne is the fact that it is home to a glorious peal
of twelve ‘Taylor’ bells. It is the only peal of twelve bells in the Channel
The photograph of St Anne's Church used on the miniature sheet has been used by kind permission of Mike Deane.
|Date of Issue
||28 October 2020
||40mm deep x 50mm wide
||100mm deep x 140mm wide
||446 Gummed FSC Securpost 110gsm
||1.1 x 1.667
Alderney: St Anne's Church