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Thursday 13th August

St. Peter's Church, Woodmancote

St. Peter's Church, Woodmancote Cover Photo
The parish church, St Peter's, stands alone beside the A281 road. Originally thirteenth century the church was largely rebuilt in 1868.

The parish was recorded in the Domesday book of 1086 as Odemancote. Two of the Lewes martyrs, burnt at the stake in 1556, Thomas Harland and John Oswald, came from Woodmancote.
A RETURN TO OUR CHURCHES

A RETURN TO OUR CHURCHES

All the information you need for returning to worship in our three churches

Coronavirus pandemic

Coronavirus pandemic

All Services suspended until further notice

Henfield Charities Fair

Henfield Charities Fair

We had a special stall for our church at this popular Henfield event

HARVEST FESTIVAL 2019

HARVEST FESTIVAL 2019

Our Harvest Festival this year took place on 13th October

Bishop's visit to Woodmancote

Bishop's visit to Woodmancote

As part of his visit to our Deanery from 22nd to 24th July the Bishop of Chichester, Martin Warner, came to St Peter's Woodmancote

Music for a Summer's Afternoon

Music for a Summer's Afternoon

What a Wonderful Success!

When Three Become One

When Three Become One

What the merger of the three parishes - Henfield, Shermanbury and Woodmancote - means.

Summer Coffee Morning

Summer Coffee Morning

Held in Pamela and Barry's garden in Small Dole on Tuesday 3rd July 2018

DOES WOODMANCOTE PARISH HALL HAVE A FUTURE?

DOES WOODMANCOTE PARISH HALL HAVE A FUTURE?

Notice of important meeting to decide the future of Woodmancote Parish Hall