Adopt a grave in St Mary's Churchyard

Adopt a grave in St Mary's Churchyard

“Adopt a Grave” and become a churchyard angel!

t is almost one year since the “Adopt a grave” scheme started and now there are about 40 people tending graves and making such a difference ! Thank you to everyone. If you would like to adopt a grave ( or several) please contact Once you have been allocated the number of graves you can manage, you just turn up at your own convenience. It’s a very peaceful place to work but it’s surprising how many people regularly walk through , so always a chance to say “hello”.

To celebrate one’s year’s work, there will be extra coffee and cake on Saturday March 14th at 11am. Please join the Woodlanders for refreshments.

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