St Mary's Pilton is registered as an Eco Church with the national scheme run by the Christian environmental organisation A Rocha UK:
Our aim is: 'To strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of the earth.' (Fifth Mark of Mission of the Church)
We believe that caring for our planet is essential for the wellbeing of our communities. We would love to hear from you, whatever your beliefs, so we can work together to protect what is precious and bring hope to a fearful world.
Contact: Revd Dr Nigel Dilkes - 01271 343225 or [email protected]
Nigel is a qualified botanist and a former research scientist working on climate impact and the responses of plants to environmental change. Recently he has compiled a species list of over 130 plants of the fields and woods of Mannings Pit, Pilton.
For more local information see also the community website - https://manningspit.com