The small St. Edmund’s church dates from the 12th century and is mentioned in the Domesday Book. St. Edmund’s is located on the outskirts of Stubbington village, indicating how the centre of the community has moved over the years. St. Edmund’s is often referred to as Crofton Old Church.
There is one service each Sunday at St. Edmund’s. These are of a traditional style following one of the Church of England’s order of services. There is normally a sermon. Sung worship is led by an organ.
St Edmund’s has been substantially renovated over the last twenty years. The renovation and upkeep of St. Edmund’s is supported by the Friends of Crofton Old Church (FOCOC). They organise a variety of fund raising events.
St. Edmund’s does not have a car park. There is some parking outside the church, you can park on the neighbouring roads but please be careful not to obstruct any drives. The Church is normally open to visitors from 10.00 am till 12.00 noon on the 18th day of each month and is also open to visitors from 10.00am until 4.00pm every Friday in March, April, May, June, September & October.
St. Edmund’s Church