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Bat Boxes For the Churchyard

After all the tree works which had to be done this year for safety reasons, Fabric and Works Team have been encouraged by a Surrey Wildlife Trust report to try to replace potential nesting sites for bats.  They cost about £40.  Please let Catherine know if you would like to sponsor a bat box on 481234 or 07947 032210!


With a foreword by nationally and internationally acclaimed artist Sean Henry, this portrait of our beautiful village and environs by local artists is sure to become a collector’s item. You can reserve your copy at the special advance price of just £10 by contacting Helen Whitworth now on helen-churchwarden@pirbrightchurch.org.uk

Pirbright in Art                                                         


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To request prayer, speak with one of us, or for anything else, please contact us as follows:  Catherine Cobley (481234/ 07947 032210) and Jackie MacKenzie (476441) who are always on the other end of a phone for a chat or a request.  Rev’d Gary Williamson (236909) and Rev Bev Hunt, (07495 395225) are available to answer your questions, and pray with or for you.

THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND IS HERE FOR YOU – see the resources for Daily Prayer, both online (click here )and for those without internet access can phone Daily Hope

Daily Hope

SUPPORTING MENTAL HEALTH: Given the challenging times we are living in with coronavirus, it's more important than ever that we take steps to support good mental health. Read or listen to 13 mental health reflections from the CofE: Click here

Good mental health

Trussell Trust logo   WOKING FOODBANK – your help is needed!

Not surprisingly, reliance on foodbanks across Surrey has doubled during the pandemic and the Trussell Trust has warned that that this is just the tip of the iceberg as many will also have been helped by other community groups.  In Woking alone, there has been a 77% increase in referrals processed with a shocking 185% more children represented.  Volunteers at Woking have responded by working extra hard under very testing circumstances to provide emergency food parcels so that support is there for people struggling to afford essentials.

YOU can do your bit too!  Why not order a few extra items in your weekly shop, e.g. toothpaste, soup, pasta, cereal, washing up liquid, loo rolls as well as long-life rice and sponge puds and drinking chocolate. And then drop by Linnards on the Little Green to leave them in the bin by the gate or give Catherine Cobley a ring on 481234 for a collection.  You can also make financial donations via


If you are self-isolating, feel you need support or you would like to help others, 

·     Call our Community Helpline on 01483 444400 or go online at www.guildford.gov.uk/home for help with food, prescription collection and support for yourself - or you can register a relative, friend or neighbour on their behalf (the helpline is open Mon-Thur 8.30am-5pm and Fri 8.30am–4.30pm).

·     Call our Safe and Settled team on 01483 444476 if you have recently come home from hospital or are struggling to manage at home.