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The Gauzebrook Group consists of 8 rural parishes in North Wiltshire. We are part of the Diocese of Bristol in the Church of England.

You are very welcome to our website! Please explore the links to find out more about us and how we can help you. 

The service times for this fortnight and latest news are in What's Happening.

Services and other church information can be found on A Church Near You - please click this link and then search for the appropriate village.

To find out about Baptisms, Weddings or Funerals, please contact Alison our administrator in the first instance. 



We are advertising for a new Rector please follow the link for further information  


Safeguarding within the Gauzebrook Benefice

In developing this policy the churches in the Gauzebrook Benefice commits to following the safeguarding policies of the Church of England, safeguarding policy and guidance as issued by the Diocese of Bristol and commits to working within legislation and statutory guidance as related to the Safeguarding of Children, Young People and Adults.


The Gauzebrook Safeguarding policy is currently being revised.

The Safeguarding Policy and Documents have been approved by Easton Grey, Foxley and Norton PCC. They can be found by going to:


The Safeguarding Officer for the Benefice is Alison Reed.


The Safeguarding documents can be found on the Diocese of Bristol Website here:

https://www.bristol.anglican.org/safeguarding-resources/  look under National policies and procedures.

Diocese of Bristol:

Safeguarding Policy, 2016
Allegations Management Procedure, 2016
Ministering to those who may present a risk, 2016
Safer Recruitment Guidance and Toolkit, 2017
 SAFEGUARDING: For any safeguarding issues please contact our Benefice Safeguarding Officer, Alison Reed - alisonreed51@yahoo.com 

We've had  very encouraging ‘Worship Together’ services. Our next service will be at 9.30 am on 8th September in Holy Cross Sherston
These services will:
  • Meet in our lovely new North Aisle

  • Be preceded by breakfast at 9.15 am - great for families!

  • Draw on the best of modern and traditional music

  • Have an informal, involving but structured style

  • Be a time when all ages can worship together, and during the talk there will be a children’s group and a crèche area

  • Happen every second Sunday of the month at 9.30 am for about ¾ of an hour

  • Complement our existing services – the 8 am service will be the Communion on that day

Everyone is welcome. If you haven’t been to church recently you’ll find Worship Together an interesting change, so do come along and see what’s happening at Holy Cross.

The Administrator,
13 Feb 2019, 06:38
christopher bryan,
24 Nov 2017, 07:46