Holcot Parish Church of St. Mary and All Saints


Main Street, NN6 9SP

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November services

Weekly service of Holy Eucharist at 8:45am continues with the exception of the following.

November 2 – All Saints – Family Service 9am

November 9 – Remembrance Sunday

10:50 Act of Remembrance led by Mark Lane to mark 100 years since the outbreak of of the First World War. Meet at the War Memorial at 10:40am. Afterwards there will be a short service of remembrance in the Church. There will be coffee and an exhibition about Holcot and its people in the Great War afterwards.

November 30 – Advent Sunday – Family Service 9am


Services are held every Sunday and Feastdays – usually at 8.45am, except for first Sunday of most months, when there is usually a Family Service at 9am

Please see Church porch notice board or contact a Churchwarden for details of services and other events.

For all queries re the church, including ancestors, grave- and church-records, please contact the Churchwarden.
Rector: Reverend Chloe Willson-Thomas
Contact: Lesley Pomeroy (Churchwarden)Barnwood,Poplars Lane.Email: mrspom@barnwood.orangehome.co.uk
Telephone: (01604) 781246
Contact: James Bonsor (Churchwarden)The Granary,Poplars Lane.
Telephone: (01604) 781611
The Church of St Mary and All Saints

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  1. I recently visited Holcot, I live in Melbourne Australia. I was retracing my ancestors path, they lived in Holcot but moved to Australia in the 1800’s. There are 31 of my ancestors buried in the Cemetry of St Mary and All Saints of them 11 are direct decendants to me, I located one ancestor Thomas Spokes he has been buried there over 200 years he died 23/12/1809 at the age of 59years. He was my Great Great Grandfather James Spokes’ G Uncle.Most of the gravestones have weathered over the years so I was unable to find any other relatives graves. I love the Holcot village it is very quaint and It has been looked after by dedicated people who appreciate history, I hope to return one day to stay for a few days to hopefully find out more of my ancestors past. I feel blessed to have visited Holcot and especially to find the cemetry as it is all part of my long lost heritage.

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