St Mildred’s is a historic family Church of England Church in the heart of the Whippingham Community.
This site has been a place of worship since 1854, and was frequented by Queen Victoria when in residence on the Isle of Wight. The very fabric of our church is rich in royal history and heritage; find out more by visiting our website dedicated to this invaluable aspect of our church here.
Our church is open for visitors from Monday to Thursday between 10:00 and 16:00 from 28th March 2017 until the end of October 2017, including Bank Holidays.
Come and experience the wonder of our Victorian architecture on a free guided tour, before joining us in the Coffee shop- we have ample parking in the Orchard, so coach parties are most welcome.
All of our stewards are volunteers, and so all money raised from visits directly contributes towards raising funds for the church fundraising projects.
Find us by clicking here or on the map below: