Church of England Diocese of Salisbury Wingfield

About Us

ST MARY’S WINGFIELD in the Diocese of Salisbury, is a listed building with a 15th Century tower. The earliest recorded Rector, Thomas Shawebure, was appointed in 1313. St Mary’s has served the village ever since. The Parish is now part of the Benefice of Bradford on Avon Holy Trinity, Westwood and Wingfield and for further information follow the link to Holy Trinity.

 The Parish has been part of the Benefice of Bradford on Avon Holy Trinity, Westwood and Wingfield since 2013, and for further information both about St Mary's and the Benefice, please follow the link to the benefice website:  www.htboa.org.  We are a very open, friendly and welcoming village church, very much rooted in our community - and in a very beautiful setting.  And we are enjoying an increasing number of weddings and christenings, and so do please contact the Rector if you might be interested.  The beautifully restored church is always open, so we look forward to seeing you soon!