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Welcome to the Oundle Deanery Web Site


Fotheringhay Church

A very warm welcome to the Oundle Deanery website. Following the recent re-organisation of parishes within the Diocese, we extend a special welcome to those parishes which are now part of our Deanery family.

The aim of this website is to provide a hub around which communication between all parts of the Deanery can take place. Information can be shared and greater dialogue can be achieved as we grow the Kingdom of God.

Charter Fair 2014

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St James' Bellringers had a stall at this year's Charter Fair. Although some of the merchandise got a bit damp in the rain, they still manged to raise funds for the upkeep and maintenance of the bells.

The colourful flower displays in the church attracted several visitors who were also able to shelter from the rain and enjoy refreshments and cakes in the hall.

Charter Fair stall

Leap of Faith

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Keira and Leia West raised over £500 for St James Church by leaping off a 125-foot tower at the Body Flight Centre, Bedford. The church is currently raising funds to support on-going renovation. The heating system broke down recently and the two sisters wanted to help raise some money in support of the repairs. Leia, aged eight, said; “My friends at school said that I might die, but I knew it was just a matter of throwing myself off a really high building safely.”


Given by: 

John Barratt

Date given: 

6th July 2014







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Memorial Service

Date and Time
Sunday 2nd November 16:00

Led by: 

Karin Voth Harman


Michael Wilson


Bulwick and Blatherwycke
King's Cliffe


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