Winstone St Bartholomew

This small church nestles on the side of a rolling landscape at one edge of the village. There is some evidence that its origins are late Saxon, with the main structure being Norman, dating around 1070. It has a most peaceful atmosphere, and is one of only five churches in the Cotswolds with no east window. It has a good ring of six bells in the saddle-back roofed tower.

Winstone is the second highest village in the Cotswolds (by only 25 feet !), about a mile from the A417 “Ermin Street”. It is a small village of about 96 houses, in the centre of the Benefice, with about 300 people of mixed demographic. 

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Mrs Susie Parsons


Mrs Susie Parsons, Churchwarden
01285 821451

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Silent session

Every Tuesday at for 30 mins
Winstone St Bartholomew
Winstone, GL7 7JU, United Kingdom

From 4pm, on Tuesdays.
A chance to quietly contemplate, with little distraction, in a serene setting.

Flower Festival for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee



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