Parish Centre Bookings

The Parish Centre is well used and advance booking is essential to avoid inconvenience.

Parish Centre

Contact: Selina Alton, Parish Administrator
Tel. 01332 346126

*please note that we are unable to hire the hall for use of parties/celebration bookings*

Parish Register

It is most important for the priest to have an accurate and up-to-date parish register. If you would like to be added to our Parish Register, please fill in a consent form available at the back of the church or upon request and return signed to our Parish Office. The consent form will enable you to grant consent to all the purposes; one of the purposes or none of the purposes. Where you do not grant consent we will not be able to use your personal data; (so for example we may not be able to let you know about forthcoming services and events); except in certain limited situations, such as where required to do so by law or to protect members of the public from serious harm. You can find out more about how we use your data from our “Privacy Notice” which is available from

Contact: Selina Alton, Parish Administrator
Tel. 01332 346126

or the Presbytery
Tel. 01332 346126

Newsletter Contributions

Items for inclusion in the newsletter please email your notices to , i.e. not later than Wednesday evening if possible.

Notice Boards

All posters intended for the notice boards should be handed in at the Presbytery so that the notice boards can be kept up-to-date and tidy.

Executive Committee

Linking with the Parish Pastoral Council, this committee comprises a small group of parishioners who meet monthly with the Parish priest to help him with the day-to-day running of the parish. The Chair of the PPC is ex officio a member of this committee.


Planned Giving Programme

Parishioners are encouraged to join the planned giving scheme by using the weekly envelope system or by setting up a Bankers Standing Order.


'Gift Aid' Scheme

Parishioners who pay Income Tax are encouraged to make a 'Gift Aid' declaration so that the tax already paid for the weekly sum contributed in the Planned Giving. Scheme may be recovered from the Inland Revenue.



The Parish takes security very seriously and recognises the importance of remaining vigilant at all times. The Parish has introduced a range of measures to manage the risks in accordance with its Security Policy. These are aimed at delaying, deterring and detecting a breach of security but, in the event, to respond effectively to mitigate the consequences.

The Parish remains in contact with the local police to maintain awareness of current threat levels so as to ensure that the policy and procedures remain relevant and up to date.

Parishioners are advised to make themselves familiar with the following documents:

Security Policy Statement

Safe Mail Handling Procedures

Procedures for handling bomb threats

Bomb threats Form

Searching Procedure

Searching Record Sheet

Action on discovery of a suspicious package or activity

Response to Disruptive Behaviour

Contingency and Emergency Plans

Response to firearm or weapon attack

Run Hide Tell

Contact: Bob Hadway


Fire Safety

Evacuation Procedure

Contact: Bob Hadway