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St Mildred, Beatrice Avenue

St Mildred, Beatrice Avenue, Whippingham, Isle of Wight PO32 6LP View on map

Grade I listed church of historical royal interest. The Osborne Estate church built between 1854 and 1862 by Albert Jenkins Humbert, architect of Sandringham and two mausolea at Windsor. Prince Albert possibly had a hand in the design. Norman style with Italian Romanesque influences. Memorials and tomb to royal family members.


  • Grant Recipient: St Mildred's PCC
  • Contact for access: Mrs Sue Richmond
  • 01983 297883

Opening Arrangements

3 April - 26 October: Monday - Thursday 10am - 4pm


Just off A3021, the main road out of East Cowes, 1 mile from Osborne House. From Ryde or Newport, turn left into Beatrice Avenue. Bus: Southern Vectis Routes 4 and 5 from Newport and Ryde to East Cowes.

Parking Spaces


Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes