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St Nicholas’ Church, Baydon – A Church Near You

Latest news on the St Nicholas’ Church page –  Baydon Village Website

Baydon St Nicholas C of E Primary School

St Nicholas Church 100 Club

If you fancy your luck, join the new 100 Club to raise money for the running costs St Nicholas Church, Baydon. There will be a draw each month with a first prize of up to £100 (20% of monthly income), second prize up to £50 (10% of monthly income) and third prize up to £25 (5% monthly income). This is a chance to have a flutter whilst helping keep our beautiful 11th century church up and running. Good luck and thank you.  Download a signing up form here.
Contact Kate Buckingham for more details or 07860388197

Update on our vestry repairs fund raising effort

The amount of the quote is £9,178.25 (+ VAT which we can reclaim) and the amount raised to the 7 September 2017 is £6,482. Thank you to all who have already donated, but we still have a shortfall of nearly £2,700 to make up before we can go ahead.

Parish Churches of Wiltshire: A Guide, by Brian J Woodruffe
These fascinating books containing hundreds of beautiful photographs are available for sale at only £10 each.  Proceeds will be split between Baydon St Nicholas (in aid of desperately needed roof repairs) and the Wiltshire Historic Churches Trust.
Please contact Pamela on or 07815 903 796 to buy a copy.
Scene at Baydon (a bi-monthly digest of what’s going on in Baydon)
See the latest edition online on the Baydon Village Website October 2017
Wanted – New Foundation Governors – read more

Baydon St Nicholas Primary School has a very active governing body made up of members of staff, clergy, members of the Church community and parents. A governor’s term of office lasts 4 years and most are recruited through word of mouth and/or recommendation and each has a different set of skills and experiences that make up a well-rounded Governing committee.
Due to the natural turnover of office, we are currently looking to recruit 3 Foundation Governors who are appointed by the Church authorities and have a specific responsibility in terms of monitoring and developing the Christian distinctiveness of our Church school. We would be delighted to hear from anyone who is a regular Church goer and has:-
• an interest in the school;
• a desire to contribute to the community;
• the ability to look at issues objectively;
• the confidence to ask questions and debate answers;
• a willingness to listen and make informed judgements;
• the ability to work well with others;
• time to spare.