News & Events


Our News and Events page is updated every other month with articles from our bi-monthly parish magazine, "Viewpoint". 

  The complete magazine for  January-February 2020 may be viewed by clicking on the link here:

  January-February Magazine  (NB you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader on your PC to open these files)



The church building was closed for repairs at the beginning of September 2019.

This is because we now have permission to carry out repairs to the church floor, renovations to the spirelet and WC, the installation of a small kitchen and repositioning of the stone font.

We are very excited at the prospect of how the newly refurbished church building will serve the community—it will be a long wait but as the saying goes “Good things are worth waiting for”!

Work will take approximately 6 months. Please pray for this project, that all things go smoothly.

Please contact the church office if you have any queries or concerns about this project. 01202 733390 (mornings). Thank you

Special Community Activities for January & February:

Everyone is warmly welcome to join us in the church hall for the community events listed below and funded by donations on the day:

Community Lunches:

19th January and 16th February at 12.15pm

Everyone is welcome! If you have never been before and would like to make new friends or meet old ones then please come along - this event is FOR YOU! We would love you to join us.

If there are lots of you then please ring the office on 01202 733390 to let us know you are coming, but if you are only one or two then just turn up on the day.

Coffee Mornings:

Our popular Coffee mornings will continue normally on first and third Wednesday mornings each month (except in January, see below) between 10.30am and noon in the hall - everyone is welcome. Come and make new friends or find old ones!

January 8th & 22nd

February 5th & 19th

St Clement's Church refurbishment:

St Clement's Church 1890St Clement's Church 2019

130 years on…….

… and the outside of the church itself hasn’t changed that much at all. However, we are working hard to make the inside more beautiful, practical and useful, and creating an environment where worship and service can go hand in hand. We are repairing the spirelet that is leaking and the church floor that has, after 130 years, rotted.

As part of this work we are laying a new carpet and creating a space where we can safely serve hot drinks before and after services, funerals, concerts etc., as we exist to serve the local community as well as ourselves.

Would you like to help us? Any donation, however small, to our Building Fund is gratefully received. Just make a cheque out to 'PCC St. Clement’s' and send it to us with a note “For the building fund”.

When we have our grand re-opening in the spring come along and see the difference that you have made! (Put 16 & 17 May 2020 in your diaries.)

crab appleFancy planting a tree in memory of a loved one?

If you would like to donate a tree to line the centre path through the churchyard then please contact the office on 01202 733390.