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Who We Are
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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)
Remembrance Season
In Dymock Church
All Souls Service
Saturday 1st November
Come and celebrate the memory
of your departed loved ones

Friday 7th November
7:00pm An Evening of
Music, Song, Poetry and Prose
For Remembrance

Presented by
St Mary's Singers and Musicians
with Children From Ann Cam School
Saturday 9th November
10:15am: Traditional Service to remember
all those who have served their country,
especially those who have fallen in war

11:00am: Two minute silence
with reading of the Roll of Honour
and laying of wreaths
What We Do

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Days and
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Arrange a
Special Event
and Socials

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Diary of
Social Events
Where We Are
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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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