Our vision is to serve the community of Yateley.

We offer a wide range of activities and fellowships, and have recently completed the redevelopment of two of the buildings adjacent to the church to form a hub for our service to the local community.

To find out more about how we serve our town, e-mail office@stpetersyateley.org.uk.


At Discoveries, discover those pre-owned gems of clothing and surprisingly appropriate gifts.

Shop Open: Mon-Fri 9am-4pm & Sat 9am-3pm

Discoveries is a meeting place for many people who arrange to catch up with their friends whilst browsing our extensive and ever-changing stock. Many also come in to have a chat with the staff and volunteers.

The shop is a great place in which to work, and Sue and her team always welcome new volunteers.

We accept most things for sale, for example good quality clothing, DVDs, books, toys and bric-a-brac. Income from Discoveries helps St Peter's run the numerous children’s groups which benefit the wider Yateley Community.

Discoveries is able to receive donated goods Mon to Fri from 10am until 3pm and Saturdays from 10am until 11.30am.

We can also accept shoes or clothing which are too worn to sell, as we can pass them on to our textile collection agents, providing additional income for Discoveries. Any excess goods are given to the Shaw Trust (which helps disabled people get into work), spectacles are sent to India, and other items go to the Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice. We are unable to take any electrical goods or prams, pushchairs, child car seats (except booster seats) crash/safety helmets or anything that requires a safety certificate. We are also unable to accept furniture, due to lack of storage space.

There's always a happy buzz at Café 46.

Cafe Open: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm & Sat 9am-3pm


Come on in for a big warm welcome, choose a comfy chair, a table for two or get sociable at the big table.  We want you to feel at home; take your time, relax!

We are in the heart of GU46 in Yateley at Church End Green, just next door to Discoveries. We serve breakfast, lunch, coffee, tea or an afternoon treat.  We offer good quality, nourishing and affordable food and drink, which is fairly traded, ethically and locally sourced where possible.   A simple menu is supplemented by daily specials.  

We offer a warm welcome to everyone - families with children, a bunch of friends who like to natter, you can catch up with a business contact or bring your laptop and make use of the wifi.

We are contemporary in style with a sense of light & space, which is augmented by an outdoor patio for warmer days.  We offer tempting displays of food, and you can enjoy the work of local artists and photographers. We also offer opportunities for new community groups and initiatives, including a space for music, performance or presentations.

We employ a local team, with invaluable help from volunteers who share our passion for community. A warm welcome is guaranteed!

Cakes at the Lakes meets at Hampshire Lakes Retirement Village on the third Wednesday of each month from 3-4pm. It offers fellowship and treats!

We meet on Fridays 11 am to 1 pm.

All are welcome – come along to brush up on your knitting and crochet, learn a new skill, or just enjoy a natter and a cuppa in the Oasis room.

We make anything from baby clothes, toys, hats and scarves to egg cosies and finger puppets. We have yarns, knitting needles and patterns for members to use, so you don't need to worry about a starting kit!

We have given away lots of our goods to clinics in Africa and homeless projects in the UK, as well as raising funds through the Christmas and May Day Fayres.

Contact Sheila on 01252 672932 or  sheilageek@gmail.com for more information.

We are a drop-in club for anyone who is alone in their home.

Please come and join us for some company and a cup of tea.

We meet on 2nd Mondays of the month (except August) from 1:30-3pm in the Oasis Room, at the back of the church building.

The Hart Foodbank operation covering the Yateley/Darby Green area is run from premises in St Barnabas church in Darby Green on behalf of St Peter’s, St Barnabas and St Mary’s Eversley churches.

The Foodbank is run under the umbrella of the national Trussell Trust - click on the panel left to find out more. It is a service designed to meet the needs of those in crisis, rather than providing long-term support. Its clients are assessed against criteria by various referral agencies, including local GPs, the CAB and Social Services.

Food is donated at all the services in all churches and is transported to St Barnabas for sorting and storage.

The Foodbank is staffed by volunteers, including members of the three supporting churches. If you would like to volunteer to help this increasingly important service, please contact Mark Vernon at the St Peter’s Parish Office on 01252 873647 or email: office@stpetersyateley.org.uk

The types of donated food and other articles that are sought

by the Foodbank on behalf of its clients are listed in the

document you can access by clicking the icon right:

Call 01252 860499 (answerphone)

Table Tennis Club meets in the church building every Tuesday from 2-4pm. Players of all standards are welcome: just drop in for a friendly game.

St Peter’s is an outward-looking church, and we believe we are called to belong together in Christ. One of our priorities is to express our unity with the worldwide Church of God, sharing our resources and God-given ministry with those of a different culture, nationality and situation.

We seek to support many organisations, both at home and across the globe, sharing God’s blessing with those most in need.

Click on the panel left to find out more about the organisations we support.

Community Links

Kitchen Choir runs practice sessions every Thursday from 7:30-9pm in the church building. It is for singers of all standards and no audition is required. The choir features increasingly in musical events across the church, and runs its own concerts.