St Mary's Church Lydiard Tregoze

A Living, Loving and Worshipping Community in an historic building

Image Credit: Steve Evans, Swindon Photographic Society

Worship & Community

We are a friendly worshipping community of all ages, with a warm and welcoming heart. Part of the Bristol Diocese, we worship in various forms, share, learn and encourage active Christian living, in a setting where worship has continued for around 1000 years.

Heritage & Conservation Project

St Mary’s is one of the UK’s most important parish churches and a treasure trove of beautiful fittings and artifacts. Supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, an extensive and fascinating conservation project is currently restoring the church’s precious structure and interior.

Latest News

1 Aug

Free Family Fun Day: Conservation in Action

12noon – 4pm, Saturday 17th August 2019 A FREE family fun day brings conservation and history to life at St. […]

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1 Aug

School Children Experience Conservation in Action

146 pupils from Oliver Tompkins Primary, Shaw Ridge Primary and Lydiard Tregoze Primary schools donned hard hats to discover conservation […]

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25 Jul

Youth Theatre Paints the Past

Audiences were swept along by Prime Theatre’s captivating performances of ‘Painting the Past’ in Lydiard Park over the 19th and […]

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15 Jul

Tablets weigh a Tonne

Two 18th century stone memorial tablets to members of the Hardyman family have been moved from the nave of the […]

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Forthcoming Events


25 Aug
10.00 am Communion Service
Revd Capt Clive Deverell
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Conservation Project

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Image Credit: Rex Harris, Swindon Photographic Society

Life Events

Information about our life event services, such as christenings, weddings and funerals.

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Image Credit: Keith (M), Swindon Photographic Society