Church of England Diocese of Bath & Wells Fiddington

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

There is parking for quite a number of cars and further parking in the village hall field for larger events.

There is an accessible toilet in the village hall next to the church.

Parking is flat and spaces for disabled are available beside the church gate. The short path to the church door is wheelchair and walker friendly and there are no steps to access the church.

There is a defibrillator at the campsite in the village. This can be accessed at any time if required.

Large print hymn books and service booklets available.

Are welcome at any service or event.

Several in the congregation have experience of caring for elderly relatives with dementia and we try to make the experience of joining us for a service or an event as welcoming and easy as possible for dementia sufferers and their carers alike.


Our Building

The original building dates from the 1300’s. There is a famous Sheila na nag on the external south wall of the church.


Music and Worship

There are six bells which are regularly rung for services. Practice night is on a Wednesday at 7.30 pm. Anyone interested in trying ringing for the first time would be most welcome. Experienced teaching is available. For more experienced ringers methods are rung and practiced and all are welcome. The band is friendly and growing.

Organ

Eucharist from the BCP is held every third Sunday in the month at 9 am.


Groups, Courses and Activities


Help for Visitors

Daily from 9 am to dusk.


Other Features

There is a donation box in the church taken weekly to the food bank in Bridgwater.