St Andrew's Place was formerly St Andrew's Catholic Church. Founded in 1961 the venue was used as a church hall until 2012 when the decision was made to close and sell the building. The building was bought in April 2012 by John Corrigan and Paul Duckworth, with the plan to turn it part of the building into offices and renovate the hall as a new community venue.
Work started on the renovation of the building in July 2012 and took just 6 weeks to complete. The newly named St Andrew's Place joined forces with their main residents, Rhapsody Academy and launched with a successful Family Fun Day in August 2012. There was no rest as the building went straight into use the week after with Rhapsody Academy's Summer Stage School "Musical Madness".
Since then the building is home to 4 organisations and is used 7 days a week and has held some fantastic events such as, a charity Dog Show to raise funds for Greek Animal Rescue and a Line Dancing Social Evening, as well as countless children's parties and Rhapsody Academy performances.
The hall is available for hire to the local community.