to the website of St Nicholas Church, Silton,
Dorset, in the Gillingham,
Milton-on-Stour and Silton Benefice.
Canon Peter Greenwood
Revd Eve Pegler
Revd Tim Heaton
(situated off Queen Street, next to
Vicarage School Room)
to Friday 9am to 1pm
Administrator: Mrs Carole Blackmore
Postal Address: The Rectory, High Street,
Gillingham, SP8 4AJ
On this site we hope to provide you with all the
news and information about St. Nicholas Church
and the Parish of Silton in Dorset. If anyone
wishes to post relevant information on the site,
please could they e-mail their material to one
or other of the Churchwardens, who will be responsible
for the content.
To find St.
Nicholas Church, please
Sheep and lambs at Bagmore.
CHURCH OPENING - Wednesday
Please note that the Church will NOT be open
for Private Prayer on Wednesday 12th May.
There is an Ascension Day service at 6.00 p.m. on
Thursday 13th May.
Please note that until further notice,
with the exception of Wednesday 12th May,
the opening time of the Church for Private Prayer
is on Wednesdays
from 12 noon to 4.00 p.m.
subject to the
Guidance Notes which may be read
For full details of the Risk
Assessment that has been carried out, please
click here. Please note that this
is a multi-page PDF file and may take a short while
to download and open. You will need a suitable
PDF file reader.
For details of proposed services,
please see the notice below below and check
on the 'Services' tab.
Canon Peter, Eve and Tim are working extremely hard
to fulfil everyone’s needs and, of course, some of
the retired clergy are unable to help them with
services at the moment because they might be at
You will be made very welcome at St. Mary’s,
Gillingham, and at Milton
if you wish to attend any of their services shown
within the attachment.
If there are any queries, or
you require further advice please contact either of
our Churchwardens , Anne Bridge (01963 31983) or
Peter Williams (01747 840275).
the light of the latest Covid restrictions please
check this site regularly
for updated information.
STALL AT BAGMORE FARM,
The Stall opened again just before
Easter and by the end of April had already made
£1,218.25. It was
welcomed back by many of the customers from last
year, especially for Sue’s and others’ wonderful
baking and all the jams, chutneys and marmalade that
she and Wendy had been making over the
winter. Plants are also going well, and when the
frosts have abated there should be plenty of bedding
and vegetable plants available. As always a huge
thank you to all those who contribute to the Stall,
which is only as successful as we have things to
sell. It is intended to carry on until after the
second May bank holiday but things will still be
available to order from Sue Matthews (ring 01747
840516) and will be on sale in the Lych Gate on a
Sunday when there is a service. The Stall will
probably be open again in July and possibly August
and it is even hoped we might be able to have a
coffee morning in July.
VESTRY MEETING, APCM and
1st MEETING OF THE NEW PCC
This will be held on Wednesday 19th May at
3.00 p.m. in Bourton Village Hall.
SILTON ANNUAL PARISH MEETING
This will be held on Tuesday 4th May on Zoom.
Please contact Jackie Dyer 01747 840087.
The parish of St.
Nicholas, Silton is committed to the
safeguarding of children, young people and adults.
We follow the House of Bishops guidance and policies
and have our own Parish Safeguarding Officer(s),
PSOs. The Diocese of Salisbury’s safeguarding pages
contain vital links and information including
contacts for the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor (DSA)
who advise our PSOs. If you are concerned that a
child or adult has been harmed or may be at risk of
harm please contact the DSA. If you have immediate
concerns about the safety of someone, please contact
the police and your local authority Children or
click here to
read our Parish Safeguarding Policy.
If you have any Safeguarding questions or concerns
you can contact our Benefice Safeguarding Officer,
Carol Hall on 01747 823480.
Alternatively you can contact the Diocesan
Safeguarding Adviser, on 07500 664800 or email email@example.com
The personal information we collect may include your
name, date of birth, postal address, email
address and telephone numbers.
We collect your personal information when you apply
for enrolment on the church Electoral Roll, ask to
receive information by post or email, or avail
yourself of any of the services of the church such
as christenings, weddings and funerals.
How we use your
We use your personal information to contact you and
to process your applications. We do not share your
personal information with other organisations.
How long we hold your information
We hold your personal information for three years.
This enables us to keep in touch. If we wish to
continue to keep in touch after three years we will
ask your permission.
There is always a collection box in
the Church porch for donations to the Food Bank
in Gillingham which is regularly emptied (there
are some lists inside it indicating what they
are most pleased to receive) and they are always
SILTON VILLAGE WEBSITE
The Silton Village website is up and
www.siltonvillage.co.uk (which includes a
link to the Silton Church website). It is worth a
browse to see what is going on in Silton.