The Benefice of

Pilton with Croscombe,

North Wootton and

Dinder

Welcome to the homepage of our four parishes

We give thanks for the beautiful and historic church buildings in our villages, and for all those who give of their time to care for them, the church wardens and treasurers; those who clean and arrange flowers; and those who look after the churchyards and gardens. These are places of peace and tranquillity for us all to enjoy any day of the week.

The Parish Churches of Pilton, Croscombe North Wootton and Dinder are part of the Church of England in the Diocese of Bath and Wells.


Thank you for taking an interest in our Churches. On this website you can find out further details about our 4 beautiful Churches, each of which is very different.

On these pages you will be able to find out about our weekly and special services along with information if you are considering getting married or having a baptism with us.

we hope you enjoy browsing the website, please contact us if you would like to discuss anything or receive any additional information.

SAFEGUARDING : If you have any concern regarding a matter of safeguarding, in the first instance you should contact our parish safeguarding officer via the benefice E-mail benefice.PCND@gmail.com Alternatively you can contact the Diocesan Safeguarding team. Their contact details can be found at: www.bathandwells.org.uk/diocese/safeguarding Our parish safeguarding policy is displayed at the church

In light of the new guidelines issued by the Government as a community we are setting up a helpline for anyone to use who is either isolating themselves or is concerned for those who are isolated. I am sure those of you who are able will be helping out your neighbours but we felt a more co-ordinated scheme might also be helpful.


We want to currently provide 2 things,a way of making sure people still have daily contact with someone over the phone to chat and see if they are ok and a way of delivering food and medicine as required. 


The next issue of Roundabout gives details of the scheme, however the timescale now needs to be brought forward.

Posters will be appearing around the village detailing 2 ways of contacting the helpline, also given below.

 

Mobile number 0798 380 6643 which is monitored by volunteers.

Or Sue Green on 01749 890524

or Kelly Knight on 07931 509104 kellyexton@hotmail.co.uk

or our facebook page - @piltoncoronasupport

 

To make this successful we need some volunteers who are willing and able to collect food/medicines on other peoples behalf and deliver them to their doorstep.  If you are able to help please email me on butlerchristine19@gmail.com and I will add your details to the list.

 

If anyone finds themselves unable to work and therefore under financial pressure please please let us know and we will arrange for food to be delivered to you.

Carona Virus