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Winterborne Valley and Milton Abbas Benefice Diary – See Benefice Diary for more events

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Winterborne Stickland

St Mary's, Winterborne Strickland
West Street
Winterborne Stickland,

DT11 0NQ
01258 881295

Winterborne Stickland

St Mary’s Church

West Street, Winterborne Stickland, Dorset, DT11 0NQ.


Michael Trevett – Churchwarden – 01258 881295
Richard D’Silva – Treasurer – 01258 880118
Heather Somerville – Churchwarden

Winterborne Valley and Milton Abbas Benefice Diary – See Benefice Diary for more events.


Three Services a month

1st Sunday – Holy Communion (BCP): 8:30 am
3nd Sunday – Holy Communion (CW): 10 am
4th Sunday – Morning Worship: 10 am
(Tuesdays – Morning Prayer: 8.35 am)
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Toilet facilities
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Community Events

Weekly Coffee Pot – Mondays 10.30 am – 12 noon
Tea, coffee, cakes and ‘bring and buy’.

Winterborne Stickland Calendar

Sunday Services

Sun 25

Morning Worship

Sun 25th August 10:00 am
Sep 01

Holy Communion (BCP)

Sun 1st September 8:30 am
Sep 15

Holy Communion

Sun 15th September 10:00 am
Sep 15

Thanksgiving for Marriage

Sun 15th September 10:00 am

Weekday Services

Tue 27

Morning Prayer

Tue 27th August 8:35 am
Sep 03

Morning Prayer

Tue 3rd September 8:35 am
Sep 10

Morning Prayer

Tue 10th September 8:35 am
Sep 17

Morning Prayer

Tue 17th September 8:35 am

Community Events

Mon 26

Coffee Pot

Mon 26th August 10:30 am
Sep 02

Coffee Pot

Mon 2nd September 10:30 am
Sep 09

Coffee Pot

Mon 9th September 10:30 am
Sep 16

Coffee Pot

Mon 16th September 10:30 am

Local Links

Stickleberries Day Nursery
The Pamela Hambro Village Hall – regular events and available to hire.

Church History and Interesting Facts

‘The chancel and nave of St. Mary’s Church dates back to the 13th Century’
Read More at Dorset Building Stone
‘After the church, the oldest building to survive in the village today is Quarlestone Farm. This farm is thought to have been most likely established as a grant of land by William I‘..
Read more at Dorset Ancestors

Church Bells

We have four bells:
Treble – Acquired from Shiplake in 2010 – tuned to D – 4¼ cwt
2nd. Dated 1905 (“serve the Lord”) – Thomas Blackburn, Salisbury 4½ cwt
3rd. Dated 1622 – John Wallis, Salisbury 5¾ cwt
Tenor dated 1626 (“give thanks to God”) – John Dainton & Richard Turk, Salisbury 7 cwt
Practice night
First Thursday in the month 7.30 – 9pm – please visit.