Church of England Diocese of Gloucester Dymock

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

Unisex - open during Services and events

Disabled access

Wooden ramp at low step enabling wheelchair access
Communion elements brought to those unable to move to altar

Available at all Services

Large print hymn books available - ask the sides-person on entry

Assistance dogs welcome


Our Building

Grade 1 listed - was included in Doomsday Book
Earliest parts Saxon, most Norman with Victorian additions (Pews/Rood Screen etc).


Music and Worship

We have 6 Bells
At least 3 usually rung before every Service and often more, dependent on availability of ringers

Regular concerts by local talent and visiting groups
See our website for details of forthcoming events

Usually played by a retired music teacher for all Services
Two manuals and pedals.
Built by John Nicholson of Worcester - for details see our website.

Small robed choir support worship at all Services
Various anthems sung regularly, usually during receiving of Communion
Lour augmented choir perform in our frequent concerts of local talent


Groups, Courses and Activities


Help for Visitors

Simple guide notes available on 'Souvenir stall'

Every day from approx 9:00am to dusk


Other Features

Dymock is a rural parish in the beautiful Gloucestershire countryside