Esme Coppock

Podcast 4: The Creation of an Accessible Community Hub

by 1st May, 2020

Interior of St Michaels and All Angles, a church re-ordering, image shows a ramp to the left and a kitchenette area to the right.Interior of St Michaels and All Angles, a church re-ordering, image shows a ramp to the left and a kitchenette area to the right.
Two women enjoying the 'Take a Pew' cafe at St Michael's and All Angels. The church re-ordering allows the church to host such events.Two women enjoying the 'Take a Pew' cafe at St Michael's and All Angels. The church re-ordering allows the church to host such events.
Four older ladies sit around a table in st Michaels and all angels at the 'Take a Pew' event, church re-ordering project.Four older ladies sit around a table in st Michaels and all angels at the 'Take a Pew' event, church re-ordering project.

Welcome to the Take a Pew Tearoom at St Michael & All Angels, a 12th century church in Kingstone village in Herefordshire. In this episode we hear from the church family about the re-ordering of St Michaels, which has allowed the building to be used for a wider range of events. Join us as we listen to how a simple re-ordering scheme has created an accessible hub to see a community transformed.