Funds raised so far...


As at 31st December 2019, and excludes the ongoing chair appeal.


POSTPONED - It's not all white at the North Pole !

Unfortunately, owing to the Coronavirus outbreak, the event has been postponed until a future date to be announced. St Andrew’s…

Sat 4th Apr 2020 at 6:00PM

POSTPONED - Jazz for a Summer's evening - Art Themen and his Jazz Trio

POSTPONED - owing to the Coronavirus outbreak. We will announce our third visit by Art Themen again at some date in the future.

Sat 13th Jun 2020 at 6:00PM

Donhead St.Andrew Church's Annual Fete - cancelled

Our Annual Donhead St.Andrew fete has been a regular event for many years, taking place on each August Bank Holiday. However, this year…

Mon 31st Aug 2020 at 1:00PM
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Donhead St.Andrew Church's Annual Fete - cancelled

Stoney Hills Field
Mon 31st Aug 2020 at 1:00PM

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Sadly, there is no public worship in St Andrew’s Church for the time being.

However, every Sunday, there are four services available using Zoom.

08:30 Holy Communion – said – using the Book of Common Prayer
09:30 Family Eucharist – sung – using the modern rite Common Worship
10:30 Matins – using the Book of Common Prayer
18:00 Evening Service

For all services please click on the following link:
Meeting ID: 868 2071 9578
You may then be asked to log in with the Password
Password: 867689

If you have not yet joined in any of the Zoom services, please do; the services are put together each week with great care and are ‘well attended’.


The PCC wishes to let the village community know that St Andrew’s Church will open for private prayer and meditation from Tuesday 23rd June 2020.

For the time being, in accordance with HM Government’s and the Church of England’s Covid-19 policies, the church will be open on Tuesday and Friday every week between the hours of 10.00 am and 4.00 pm.

This will necessitate all visitors complying with some very simple and sensible ‘rules’ so that everyone is safe. There will be notices in the church porch and in the church itself advising visitors about what to do.

Certain areas of the church will not be accessible, including the tower, the new extension including the wc, and the Chancel and Sanctuary.

The PCC very much hopes that the church will be able to be open more frequently in the near future.

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.

Regular services held in St.Andrew’s Church have ceased owing to the Coronavirus outbreak.
In normal times, different services are held each Sunday through the month at St.Andrew’s. Click here to see the schedule.

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
The Rt Revd. Dr. Nicholas Holtam
The Bishop of Salisbury


See our Safeguarding page to see the policies that the Benefice of St.Bartholomew and St.Andrew’s Church have adopted to ensure the protection of vulnerable children and adults.