Bute's Catholic church
St Andrew's is Bute's Catholic church, rebuilt in the 1920s on the site of an older building, and funded by the Marquis of Bute who inspired its Byzantine Basilica styling. It is estimated that around a third of Bute's population consider themselves to be Roman Catholic, from a variety of backgrounds. The church premises can hold around 500 people.
St Andrew's Catholic Church does not have a car park, however there is usually plenty of free on-street parking in the vicinity.
St Andrew's Catholic Church is within a short walking distance of the main town centre bus station at Guildford Square.Show in StreetView