This recently rededicated church, situated in the small hamlet of Stanley Pontlarge, consists of a nave and chancel with a bellcote on the east gable of the nave. The nave dates back from the 12th Century with 14th or 15th Century west and south windows. The chancel is thought to have been built in the late 19th century.
Postcode: GL54 5HD
Tom and Rosemary Hancock: A Thank you from St Michael’s and the Parish
Exceptional service sees exceptional thanks and this was the case for Tom and Rosemary Hancock on 3 July 2021 when thanking them for their wide years of service and in particular recognition of Rosemary standing down as Deputy Churchwarden at St Michael’s, Stanley Pontlarge. Photos of the event and more details are available by clicking here.
St Michael’s Church, Stanley Pontlarge will be undergoing restoration over the next 12 months on its South Nave Roof, external sub-surface drainage and an internal pew platform as a whole project to deal with increased levels of dampness in the building which is impacting upon its internal and external fabric.
Some details of the works and other information about the church can be found at https://www.stmichaelsstanleypontlarge.co.uk.
In addition to donation requests within the local area, the Parish is also seeking external funding. The Parish would like to thank the following for their positive contributions so far:
- Winchcombe Parochial Church Council.
- The Friends of St Michael’s.
- The many individual contributions to the Restoration fund noted at the link.
- Historic England
- The Warnford Ecclesiastical Charity
- Laslett Hinton Charity
- Allchurches Trust
- The William Delafield Charitable Trust
- The Langtree Trust
- Gloucestershire Historic Churches Trust
- Wolfson Foundation
- National Churches Trust
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11.30am Wedding of Paul Bartley and Jo Davies
10.00am Holy Communion at St Peter’s, Winchcombe
11.00am Coffee and Chat at St Peter’s Centre, Winchcombe
10.00am Toddler Time at St Peter’s, Winchcombe
3.30pm A Recital of Musical Memories at St Peter’s, Winchcombe