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St Augustine, Colton Road

St Augustine, Colton Road, Rugeley, Staffordshire WS15 2HG View on map

The present St Augustine’s built 1822- 23 by H J Underwood replaces the 13th century building partially ruined and situated across the road. The tower, aisles and nave are historically important as an early ambitious and large-scale example of Gothic Revival with its galleries intact. East end additions c1904 in Perpendicular style by Frank Pearson with a set of windows by C E Kempe.


Opening Arrangements

Tuesday, 9am - 12pm; Friday 9am - 12pm.


Just off the town centre on the B5013 towards Abbots Bromley and Uttoxeter. Rail: Rugeley Trent Valley (0.5 miles); Stafford (8 miles). Bus: Arriva No 825 Stafford to Lichfield (service approximately every hour).

Parking Spaces


Limited parking near to church door, suitable for the disabled. Additional pay parking at supermarket (400 yards)

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes