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Who We Are
Picture, Dymock church Exterior
Picture, Dymock Church Interior
Picture, Dymock Congregation
Dymock in one of nine parishes that make up the United Benefice of the Leadon Vale in the Anglican Diocese of Gloucester, part of the Church of England. The others are: Donnington, Kempley, Preston, Redmarley, Upleadon, Bromseberrow, Oxenhall and Pauntley.

Dymock's church building is mainly Norman.
The church and village (Pop 1,200) are mentioned in the Domesday Book (1086 AD). The church today serves many of the people and organisations in the village and its surroundings. To see if there's anything we can do for you, click on the headings in the menu bar at the top of the page, or any text highlighted in blue. (Return to top)
Easter in Dymock
Lent Course
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Lent Lunches
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Daffodil Teas
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'Psalms - Prayers for Today's Church'
A 'York Course'
22 Feb - 23 Mar
Presented by Bishop Stephen Cotterill
with
Revd Preb. Rose Hudson-Wilkin
John Bell, Revd Dr Jane Leach
and many others
Monday Afternoons or
Wednesday Evenings
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Basic Lunch in Various Homes
Noon-2:00pm Every Tuesday From
16 Feb - 22 Mar
Home-made Soup
Cheese and Pickle
Tea or Coffee
Biscuits if you're lucky!
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Tea/Coffee and Home-made Cake
in Dymock Church
Every Day from 11:00-4:00
During the Daffodil Season
(Dates TBA)

Kempley & Oxenhall 'Daffodil Festival'
19-20 March
Dymock 'Daffodil Weekend'
26-27 March
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What We Do
Regular
Services

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Days and
Times
Special
Services
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Arrange a
Special Event
Fellowship
and Socials

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Diary of
Social Events
Where We Are
Picture, Dymock Map
St Mary's Church, The Village, Dymock, Gloucestershire. GL18 2AQ.

You'll find us on the B4215 road, about 3 miles west of the town of Newent and 12 miles north-west of the City of Gloucester.
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