Parish Church of
St. Mary and St. Gregory

Church Wardens:
S F C Adams
5 Church Lane

Mrs R E Bond
Pencleave Farm

Both hold a
DBS certificate

(Disclosure and Barring Service)______________

Church Warden’s Army days:

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L – R: Cpl Adams with Cpl Hulme.
Relaxing in 1957.

Church Announcements

Annual General Meeting
At this meeting held on 31 March 2015, the following were elected:
Church Warden – S F C Adams
Church Warden – R E Bond
Secretary – S F C Adams
Treasurer – J M Seaman
Deanery Synod member – H Chapman


Rev P J Bevan
The Rev P J Bevan was licensed by The Bishop of Exeter on Saturday 19 December at Great Torrington Church. He will be officiating at our Carol Service 20 December.

As from Monday 21 December 2015 all enquiries for Frithelstock Church should be made to the Rev. Peter Bevan at The Vicarage, Torrington. Tel: 01805 622166.  S F C Adams, Church Warden.

Forthcoming Services – December and January


16 December 11.15am Holy Communion  Rev Bevan
23 December 2.30pm Carol Service  Rev Bevan
30 December No service
6 January 11.00 Morning Prayer G Thatcher
13 January No service
20 January 11.15am Holy Communion  Rev Bevan
27 January No service







Please note that for Januray, February, and March services will be every other week.

Dates of future services will be posted when known.

Frithelstock Bell Ringers
 will perform every third Sunday of the month prior to Church services.

March 2015


Work started on pollarding the trees
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September 2014

Photos: M Stokes




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War Memorial
Those who have attended a wreath laying ceremony at the Frithelstock War Memorial will be well aware that the process can be less than dignified because of the need to climb a one metre high bank to gain access. Thankfully, that is a thing of the past because the construction of the new access steps is now complete.
It is particularly pleasing that the contractor who carried out the work is a resident of Frithelstock Stone. He was ably assisted at times by the Parish Council Chairman, Mr Mackie Poole and the Vice Chairman, Mr Roger ‘Chunkie’ Hunkin who between them excavated the site and then lifted the heavy granite steps in to place, using their heavy equipment. Thanks are expressed to them for their efforts in this respect.
The Parish Council is delighted to report that the cost of the works has been fully covered by generous grants from The War Memorials Trust and the Devon County Council’s ‘Devon Remembers‘ initiative.
In seeking and obtaining the grant from the latter, it is recognised with thanks the support given by the local Royal British Legion (Mr S Adams) and our local Devon County Councillor (Cllr Gaston Dezart).
Our War Memorial can now be viewed on line at (Then search for ‘Frithelstock’ on the Home Page). These photographs are also posted here on the Frithelstock website.
Last updated: 19, 29 March, 5 May, 7 June, 31 Aug, 3, 13 November  2017, 5 June, 1 August, 14 December 2018
Previous updates: 1 March; 27 March