St Nicholas' Church
St Nicholas' Church is the most recent of the Anglican Church buildings in Droitwich. Although the name has been used for other church buildings before the current one, the present day church is a Victorian building, and often one of the first that a visitor to Droitwich sees, since it is opposite the main entrance to the railway station.
A Community Space
The building has been extensively re-ordered in recent decades, and with chairs instead of pews, provides the most flexible space of any of our churches. As a result it also has the widest range of uses. Local schools come to use it for part of the RE work. The building is used for larger meetings in the parish, and a regular toddler group meets on the premises as well.
The church is surrounded by a small but well-kept churchyard, which recently won a best kept churchyard competition.