Delicious teas with homemade cakes were enjoyed by the many visitors from near and far who made their way along the leafy green lane to the church on Sunday afternoons from end of July to mid-September. The Friends of Our Lady, and the Friends of St Giles Church in Chideock, came together in this joint […]
This popular annual event in September brought around 100 people to the church, to see the specially opened Sacristy and the barn chapel. Stewards were on hand to show visitors around and provide information about the church and its history, which was much appreciated.
On 13th September Richard Benjamin of Chideock cycled around an astonishing 41 churches in Dorset, raising £294 in sponsorship for our church, half of which will go to Dorset Historic Churches Trust. On arrival at Church of Our Lady at 7 pm he was crowned with a laurel wreath for his superb effort. Very many […]
Saturday, 13th September Dorset Historic Churches Trust Annual Ride & Stride Day, 10 am – 6 pm. Cycle or walk round Dorset’s churches to raise money for the church of your choice and the DHCT. Ask people to sponsor your visits to the churches – forms and lists of participating churches DHCT website or Contact […]