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Funds raised so far...

£558,960

As at 25th January 2019.

Events

Donhead St. Andrew Quiz Supper

The Quiz Supper on Saturday 1st December 2018 was attended by 70 villagers and visitors and contributed over £1,000 to the Appeal. The…

Sat 1st Dec 2018 at 6:30PM

Service of Nine Lessons With Carols

Because St Andrew’s Church is closed, the Carol Service took place at St Mary’s Church, Donhead St Mary on Sunday 23rd December…

Sun 23rd Dec 2018 at 4:30PM

The Village Produce Stall will open again soon

The Village Produce Stall will open again on 1st March 2019 and be located at the Crossrivers junction in the village centre. This event…

Fri 1st Mar 2019 at 12:00AM
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The Village Produce Stall will open again soon

Crossrivers junction
Fri 1st Mar 2019 at 12:00AM

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Supporting Trusts and Foundations

The St.Andrew’s Church Development Appeal receives support from a number of sources, ranging from local donations to grants from national bodies. For a list of the Trusts and Foundations that have contributed to the Appeal, click here.

The Chair Appeal

The appeal for the funding of additional chairs for the church has started well, and the first orders have now been sent to the makers.
There is still an opportunity for chairs to be funded, and dedications on plaques added in memory of a loved one or happy event.

Full details describing the chairs chosen and how you can order one, are given here, and a form to place an order here.

See our animated walkround of the church

The Development Committee’s architects have prepared an animated video of a walkround of the completed interior of St.Andrew’s Church. This gives the viewer an impression of the spacious layout, as well as some of the new facilities planned to bring the church up to a standard to last for many decades to come. To view the video, just click here and then click on the symbol shown.

Our Mission Statement

‘To make St.Andrew’s Church a major centre of village life for all villagers, as a place of worship, and the place where the community can gather for a wide variety of village activities in a building which is inspiring, welcoming, accessible and and well-resourced’

Patrons of the Appeal

The Appeal welcomes the support from its Patrons

Mrs Sarah Troughton
Her Majesty’s Lord Lieutenant for Wiltshire
and
The Rt Revd. Dr. Nicholas Holtam
The Bishop of Salisbury