Site Updated  November 2020

Welcome to the church of St James the Great,

To know Christ and to make Him known







  inner church





We hope you will enjoy the information in this website please come and see the church for yourself. It is open every day during daylight hours.

Information on services and the building itself can be found below.


Talaton is one of four churches in the Benefice - known as Churches 4 All. Whimple (see bottom of page for a link to their website) Clyst Hydon and Clyst St Lawrence being the other three churches.



Our Assistant Curate is

The Reverend Marc Kerslake 01404 822 104 Email:


Mr Charlie Hutchings 01404 822 205 Email:

Bell Tower Captain

Mr Chris Trimmer 01404 850 831


Usual Sunday services

The monthly pattern of services each month is as follows:

1st Sunday

9.30am Holy Communion - see note below, followed by coffee

2nd Sunday

9.30am Morning Worship - followed by coffee

3rd Sunday

11am Holy Communion (Common Worship)

4th Sunday

Evening Prayer (Book of Common Prayer) See below for times

5th Sunday

Joint Mission Community service at 10:30am – see The Link magazine or Talaton Calendar for details

The first Sunday of the month alternates between Common Worship (CW) Holy Communion and Book of Common Prayer (BCP) Holy Communion. This pattern starts with Common Worship in January.

Evening services start at 6:00pm (from 26th April 2020 - no March evening service) and at 4:00pm (from 25th October 2020).

Every Tuesday morning from 9.00 to 9.30am Marc Kerslake in the church for a short time of prayer and you would be very welcome to join him.

On the second Wednesday of each month there is a service called 'Sacred Space' at Whimple church at 9.15am for about thirty minutes - a time for quietness, prayer and a reflection on a scripture reading.

Directions to St James the Great

The entrance to the church car park is off the main village street by the red telephone box.
The postcode for SatNav users is EX5 2RL


 November 29th - From The Curate's Study - Advent Sunday


 Hello my friends,

This is quite a long email, but please stick with it as it contains a lot of important info.

Advent has arrived! Today is officially the first day of the liturgical year for the Church of England. For many folks this seems a little odd, as our brains are used to thinking that Christmas comes at the end of the year but, if we stop and think about our faith, the church’s year actually makes more sense. The arrival of the Christ child marks the beginning of not just a new year but a new everything. All human life has had the reset button pushed, we started again with a new relationship possible with our creator because of this one astonishing event. The early church leaders recognised this and hence our current church calendar but also, (well until recently) all time was measured from this one astonishing day when BC became AD, literally BC ‘Before Christ’ and after A.D. Anno Domini ‘in the year of our Lord’.

In the current drive for political correctness and under pressure from various secular organisations in academia, BC and AD are increasingly being renamed BCE and CE, meaning Before The Common Era and Common Era, two completely meaningless phrases which lack the beauty of our traditional calendar but changing the name doesn’t change history or the wonder and majesty that the season of Advent anticipates and I, for one, will not be changing the way I measure time.

So, we know Christmas is just around the corner but what if for some that doesn’t bring peace or joy? For some people festivals like Christmas are a reminder of what or who they lack, a poignant and painful time. What is it, a reminder of hopes unfulfilled or prayers unanswered? As Christians we do not always get what we want, our lives can sometimes be tough, how do we cope with that?

This week we have a guest reader and a guest speaker: Rev James Grier, our Diocesan Missioner and co-founder of the Unlimited Church in Exeter is reading our Bible passage and Dr Liz Grier, author, ordinand and co-founder of Unlimited will be preaching. The service is here:


Thank you for your patience throughout November as once again our services stopped and the leadership team was unable to give any idea as to what our Christmas rota might look like. We now think we have enough information to publish a draft rota. This December is not going to look like an average year as we are still highly restricted in what we can do but we are going to give it our best shot to make the best of things so there’s lots of good stuff coming up.

Firstly, our Advent prayer quiet evenings start on the Tues 8th at 7:30 and continue on the 15th and 22nd. An hour of quiet prayer led by Ian, one of our churchwardens and designed to be a place of peace and sanctuary during the manic run up to Christmas. No need to pray out loud just turn up and relax.

Secondly, I am absolutely delighted to announce that we are teaming up with the wonderful Tale Valley Choir to produce a Zoom carol service on Sunday 13th December at 6:30pm. It is ticket only and numbers are limited. If you want to take part you need to email us so we can send you the Link to join on the night.

Thirdly, you will notice some of our services are going to be outside, this is because we can only sing carols outside. Obviously we are winging it as this is England in the Winter but we British are made of tough stuff, bring a coat and umbrella. If the weather is truly awful we might have to cancel at short notice so watch for updates.

Fourthly, it has been suggested we might run some sort of carol singing event outside at Clyst St Lawrence but this hasn’t been agreed yet, I will update you with details if it goes ahead.

Finally, if you plan come to Whimple on Christmas Day you will know it is usually pretty full. The only way we can cope is to run two services at 0930 and 1100am and make them ticket only. Book up or miss out.

So, after much work and numerous revisions here is a possible rota for December:

Sunday 6th December.
0900am BCP Service at Whimple.
1030am Morning Worship at Talaton.
1030am Holy Communion at Clyst Hydon.

Tuesday 8th December
7:30 Advent Prayer at Whimple

Sunday 13th December.
1030am Outside Carols at Whimple.
1030am BCP Service at Clyst St Lawrence.
6:30 Mission Community Carol service Online with the Tale Valley Choir.

Tuesday 15th December
Advent Prayer at Whimple

Sunday 20th December.
0900am Christmas Family Service with the band at Whimple
1030am Common Worship Holy Communion at Talaton.
6:30 Carols outside Clyst Hydon.

Tuesday 22nd December
Advent Prayer at Whimple.

Christmas Eve.
5pm Crib Service outside Talaton.
9.00pm Holy Communion at Clyst Hydon.
1100pm Holy Communion at Whimple.

Christmas Day.
0930am Christmas worship service at Whimple. TICKET ONLY
0930am Christmas worship service at Talaton.
1000am Christmas worship service at Clyst Hydon.
1100am Christmas worship service at Whimple. TICKET ONLY.

Sunday December 27th December.
1030am Mission Community Service at Whimple.
6:30pm BCP Evening prayer at Clyst St Lawrence



God bless.









 November 22nd 2020

      From The Curate's Study     Christ the King -( Stir up Sunday)



Hello my friends,

So here we are, the last week before Advent officially starts (next Sunday). I am particularly looking forward to this week, as it seems we are going to get an update on what will be happening over Christmas from the government. As someone with a big family, who I am missing, this will hopefully bring some clarity on what we should expect but also, as a priest and part of the Churches4All leadership team, this should allow us to make some plans for our Christmas services. I am conscious that many folks are keen to know what December will look like as far as a service rota is concerned and let me thank you for your patience. If the news is positive, I aim to publish a draft rota by the middle of next week with at least a rough outline. Please bear in mind we are aiming to very cautious with services in the run up to Christmas, having endured another lockdown and being far from certain over when the vaccine will come totally on line, we do not want to do anything to jeopardise people’s Christmas.

However, no matter what the news is this week, two things are clear.
Firstly: As Christians our celebration of Christmas happens, virus or no virus. The first Christmas happened in a stable. If we cannot meet in church we can worship, read scripture and give thanks in our homes. I saw an excellent post on social media recently which said, ‘the first Christmas was pretty simple, no large gatherings and no big parties, so I am sure we will manage no matter what happens’. I know this is a bit of an over simplification for many of us for whom being together with our broader family we love is a big part of the festivities but it is none the less also true.

Secondly: Like everything else we believe God’s plans are not hampered by the seemingly impossible barriers we humans face. Although this virus seems to have changed everything and spoiled so many things, it isn’t even a bump in the road for God and it is him on whom we depend.

It is also curious to think that even if we were still in lockdown for Christmas Day, those circumstances would still be vastly better than the position so many others find themselves in every day. This Christmas far too many people will still be homeless, many others still be living in poverty, many will be sick or oppressed, others living in war zones. Closer to home, some in our own communities will be isolated and lonely.

Both at St Mary’s in Whimple and St Andrew’s in Clyst Hydon we have food banks in operation. If you have food you can donate that would be excellent (the banks are located in both church porches where you can simply drop off items) and if you know of folks in need please let us know, no-one should be hungry, particularly at Christmas. This year I also wonder if, as Christians, we might like to reach out to anyone we know who doesn’t have family locally with a Christmas card and/or a phone call, not to preach but just to say ‘Hello and Merry Christmas’ and to check if they have everything they need. It might be especially good if they were folks we usually wouldn’t have anything to do with. We cannot change the world but we can all light a candle in our little bit of it.

However, this time can also make us feel pretty powerless, given all of the suffering we see around us, so our bible reading, the story of the sheep and the goats, has something to say about helping everyone all of the time.

Remember also, this Sunday is ‘Stir Up Sunday’ time to get your puds and cakes going!!! Of course, it is also Christ the King as well!

And in Mission Community News:
The informal consultation process is continuing about the enlargement of our Mission Community. From conversations I have had recently some folks think it is a done deal, it is not. This is the time to think about the plans (for our MC to grow from 4 parishes to 9), ask me questions if you have them, form an opinion and feed it back to the Diocese when the public consultation period starts in a few weeks. It is really important to have your views; the parishes and the churches are yours, it is for you to have a voice in their future.

Looking ahead to 2021, we will be running a Confirmation Course for those who might be interested in being confirmed. Confirmation is:

‘a special church service in which a person confirms the promises that were made when they were baptized. If you were baptized at a christening when you were a child, your parents and godparents made these promises on your behalf. As a young person or adult, you may be ready to affirm these promises for yourself and commit your life to following Jesus Christ. At a confirmation service, you make these promises for yourself. Your friends and family as well as the local Christian community will be there to promise to support and pray for you’
‘The local bishop will lay their hands on your head and ask God’s Holy Spirit to give you the strength and commitment to live God’s way for the rest of your life’

That’s what the Diocese website says, so what about the course?

Well, it will be an informal course over two or three evenings which will run through some of the main aspects of the faith which the Church of England holds to with plenty of opportunities to ask questions and eat cake (hopefully!). So, if you know someone you think might be interested in please let them know.

The MC also now has a Facebook page which we use to post news about events in the parishes and the Diocese and even further afield please do sign up. It is called "Churches 4.all Mission Community" so we can keep in touch.

That’s all for now.

God bless.

Rev Marc 




From The Curate's Study - 2nd Sunday Before Advent



 Hello my friends,

Does it feel a bit like we are in limbo? I have felt a bit like that this past week or two, like the pause button has been pushed once again in Lockdown 2.0. The only difference from last lockdown is we are minus No1 son as he is at university and the other boys were all back at school until No 4 was sent home as another child in his year had a positive virus test. Although we have been through this before, in some ways this lockdown feels slightly worse than the last as even as we hear of the impending arrival of the vaccine the virus seems to be creeping closer to the Shires. During the last lockdown it all felt a bit remote, I didn’t know of anyone locally who had been infected. This time, on top of those testing positive at school, I understand a number of folks from one of our pubs have also got Covid and in several of our parishes.

It is almost as though locally we have entered a race – the virus verses the vaccine.

Given this seeming rise in stress and risk it can be tempting to just retreat, to shut ourselves away and try to avoid everyone else, but I would like to suggest that actually that is the last thing we should do. Yes, we should definitely observe the government’s lockdown rules and in doing so keep ourselves and others safe but that doesn’t mean we do not still have much work to do because God is not in lockdown and we are his church, his hands and feet here on earth. Now, perhaps even more than ever, we need to reach out to others, to pick up the phone to those who are anxious, those who are isolated or lonely, to try to identify those who are struggling to afford food and refer them to our local foodbanks or other agencies, to plan for the future when the vaccine comes on stream and to pray, to offer thanks for what we have and identify those things we need, to share our hopes and fears with the God who loves us. God expects us to work on his behalf in the way the world runs and I believe we do, I truly believe that we, his church, make a difference, every day and everywhere. This not because the church is some wonderful and perfect organisation, far from it, but that it is full of special people with unique gifts: that is what we are going to think about in today’s sermon.

On the subject of planning, the leadership team and I are giving some thought to Advent but are also trying not to commit too strongly to any particular plan until we have a bit of a clearer view of what December might bring. (Ironically, Advent is the time of waiting but we are waiting to plan what we might do during the time of waiting!) When I have more details I will circulate them. One thing I can tell you is that our Advent quiet prayer times will be running so from Tues 8th, each Tuesday we set aside a period of quiet reflection starting at 7:30pm at St Mary’s, Whimple, an hour of sanctuary in the chaos of pre-Christmas planning.

In the meantime, God bless.







Hello my Friends,

Thank you to everyone who came and munched pasties on Sunday at our 5th Sunday Social. At the last count there were almost 60 of us there in the sunshine at Cotley. Watch this space for details of our next social at the end of November.

Please find attached The Link magazine for September. We’ve decided to email it to all of you at the beginning of the month, we hope this is helpful. It’s in Publisher and there’s a pdf. If you can’t open either of them, please let Gerri know.

If you haven't signed up yet for the 24/7 Prayer Event remember our monthly Mission Community prayer evening is today. You can phone in on any phone and take part, its simple, relaxed and no-one has to pray out loud if they don't feel comfortable.
Here is how it works..

The meeting will be by teleconference, starting at 8:00pm and will last about 60 minutes. Please dial in about 5 minutes before the meeting is due to start - dial: 0333 011 0616 When requested enter the access code 2673601 followed by # (referred to as "pound sign" by the automated voice). When requested say your name followed again by # You have now joined the meeting.

God bless.

Rev Marc Kerslake
Assistant Curate.
Churches4All Mission Community.
Whimple, Talaton, Clyst Hydon, Clyst St Lawrence.

01404 822104.

I aim to respond to emails as promptly as possible, but be aware I do not check them on a Friday after 5pm or on a Saturday as it is my day off.
The Link Sept 2020 pdf
The Link Sept 2020 (Publisher)


We will update the site when we have more news about services. 


Talaton Toddlers -  there will be no Parents and Babies Get Together in the Church North Aisle Room until further notice.

 St James the Great, Talaton

The Clock - A Little History 


The church at Talaton is a very fine church, outstanding even in an area of the country graced with many other beautiful churches!
For nearly a thousand years there has been a place of Christian worship at this site, and it is fairly certain that a small Norman church stood here in the 12th century, and its late Norman font still stands in the current church, much of which dates from the 15th century, replacing a smaller, simpler church.
The clock is mounted on the first level of the tower, which itself is recognised as one of the finest in the whole of England. This room contains not one but two clock movements. The older, disused one, is still in its original position against the back wall, and it never had a face, as it was dependent on chimes to announce the time. It was made by Francis Pile of Honiton, at a cost of £12 in 1752, when it was first housed in the tower.
It was replaced in 1925 by the current clock, which had previously been purchased and restored by a Mr Hall of Exeter, and at some stage installed on the stable block at Halton House, in Dunchideock. Mr Hall had been asked to repair the old Talaton clock, but he declared it to be worn out, and beyond restoration. He offered the Halton clock for £45 as a replacement, and it was duly installed! At its dedication, part of the oration read: “I hereby declare the clock to be started on its task of numbering the fleeting hours. May they pass in peace and prosperity to the well being of this parish”.
In 1996 repairs were carried out to the clock, and at that time it was converted to auto winding.
Since then, the clock has served the parish well, but natural wear and tear, aggravated by its exposed position, has brought about the need for a major overhaul and refurbishment, carried out by Cumbria Clocks, one of the leading clock specialists in the country. The movement has been dismantled and fully refurbished, and then reunited with the clock face and hands, which themselves have been beautifully regilded. Automatic time keeping will be added once the movement has settled into its new lease of life!

Written by Rick Spencer, Fabric Officer, with thanks to Lucy Channon for the extracts from her publication: A Short History of Talaton Parish Church.

  A Pictorial record of the 2019 Overhaul




                                                      No scaffolding - just ropes and nerve !




               The men on the ropes                                      Precious hands  in safe hands with Luke of Cumbria Clocks






 Down with the Old Face



           Regilded at Cumbria Clocks



  Safely Back in Place


 What makes it Tick ?






And finally, a bit of history...........



 The Old Faceless Clock, in place but silent.







Talaton Summer



Wonderful !

See More Pictures on the Noticeboard Page

And A Great Event just gone........ 

Talaton Open Gardens 2018


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 The Churchyard Tidy Up 2018


churchyard clean 2018


“The Annual Talaton Church Graveyard Tidy Up”


Saturday the 17th March saw 13 hardy villagers respond to the invitation in the Calendar, or to a reminder nudge, to brave the bitter east wind, and occasional snow flurries, to spend a couple of hours helping to keep our church looking at its best. The result is spectacular, with the grass being cut for the first time this year, and the paths and borders freshly edged, continuing the work started last year. It was hard work, but all done in good spirit, and Jo Spencer’s refreshments, including almond slices and banana cake, were a just reward half way through.

As mentioned previously, we are creating an area on the east side of the church which will not be cut during summer months, but will encourage the growth of natural meadow flowers.

Additionally, we are planning to resurface the car park and all the paths this spring, which will really add the finishing touches.

The church is something we all love and appreciate, even though we may not visit it often. Do please take a walk down and admire what’s been achieved on Saturday, and let us know if there is something more you would like to see done. The front door is open every day during daylight hours, so feel free to venture in, and enjoy the beauty of this very old building.

From left to right in the photo, this years volunteers were:

Dave Wright, Chris Harwood, Jenny Pring, Gordon Pring, Andrea Down, Tom Samson, Rick Spencer, Andy May, Jan May, Terry Wright, Bob Abraham, Sue Harwood and Pam Weston. Jo Spencer kept us refreshed and took the photo, Buddy the black lab kept us entertained, and repeatedly stole Chris’s gardening glove, and Lee French wanted to help out again but had to go to work!

Our thanks to all of them.



   Charities Supported By Talaton Church

In 2017 the Parochial Church Council supported these charities:-

  • Tear Fund £400
    Children’s Society £200
    Cancer UK £200
    Feniton School £200
    OSM help scheme £200
    Devon Freewheelers £200
    Silver Line £200
    Alzheimers £200
    Shelterbox - £400



 Open Gardens 2017

In Aid of the Talaton Church











 Annual Churchyard Clean Up


 You will notice a few more faces this year ----still more would be welcome .



The Get Together for Parents and Young Toddlers


 "The Wheels of the Church go Round and Round, every first and third Friday in the Month" . The Reverend Chris Martin on his guitar is accompanied by Becky Springall on her viola while singing to the young children in the north Aisle Room in the Church while parents have a Get Together from 10.30 until 12 noon on some Fridays of the month.


Mothers and kids


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mums and kids
mums and kids
mums and kids


 The Bells

At the western end of the nave a modern oak screen closes off the base of the Tower. This screen was erected in 1983 in memory of Mr and Mrs Hayden, who made a generous bequest to the church.  It has proved most effective in reducing draughts.  Behind this screen hang the bell ropes.  Talaton is fortunate in having a good team of bell ringers to ring a peal of six bells.  Two of these, the 4th and the Tenor are by far the oldest.  The 4th was cast by the Exeter foundry during the 15th century and the Tenor in the mid 16th century by Roger Semson of Ash Priors, Taunton.  The Tenor bell bears the arms and inscription of Johanne de Beauchamp, Countess of Warwick, who had died in 1435.  Her husband owned the manor of Larkbeare in the Parish of Talaton.  These two bells are listed for preservation.  The 5th was recast in 1751 by Thomas Bilbie of Cullompton at the cost of £15.2s.7d.  Forty years later the 3rd bell was recast by Thomas Bilbie’s grandson in 1792.  To bring the peal up to six the Treble was added in 1891, cast by Warners of Cripplegate.  Finally an earlier bell, the 2nd, dating from 1661, was recast in 1923 by Gillett and Johnson. They are all in sound condition and ring out regularly. 

We are currently looking for more ringers - Call Chris Trimmer , Tower Captain, on 01404 850831 or  Peppi Shaw on 01404 822 482 if you are interested

Pictorial Record of the 2013 Bell Restoration

Photographs by Harry Channon 









Altar Bell Bell




Restoration work

This is an on-going task in any beautiful building.  A lot of hard work and money go into keeping the church in good order and sound condition for future generations to enjoy.  Nearly all the money is raised locally and it is down to people’s generosity that these projects have been completed.  In addition, charitable organisations have generously assisted in the fundraising and are mentioned on this page.

To give some examples of the work carried out over the last few years:
Restoration of the hatchments in the bell tower, Repairs to lead valley on roof (with help from Devon Historic Churches Trust), Refurbishment of organ (with help from The Landfill Trust), Window repairs, Stonework repairs, Electrical work

Link to Churches 4 All Website

This link showcases some of Devon's lovely churches: 

Exeter Diocese (Diocesan House, Palace Gate, Exeter, Devon EX1 1HX)  Tel: 01392 272 686
For further details about this page, please e-mail:





The Parochial Church Council (PCC) of St James the Great, Talaton

1. Your personal data – what is it?

Personal data relates to a living individual who can be identified from that data. Identification can be by the information alone or in conjunction with any other information in the data controller’s possession or likely to come into such possession. The processing of personal data is governed by the General Data Protection Regulation (the “GDPR”).

2. Who are we?

The PCC of St James the Great, Talaton is the data controller (contact details below). This means it decides how your personal data is processed and for what purposes.

3. How do we process your personal data?

The PCC of St James the Great, Talaton complies with its obligations under the “GDPR” by keeping personal data up to date; by storing and destroying it securely; by not collecting or retaining excessive amounts of data; by protecting personal data from loss, misuse, unauthorised access and disclosure and by ensuring that appropriate technical measures are in place to protect personal data.

We use your personal data for the following purposes: -

· To enable us to provide a voluntary service for the benefit of the public in a particular geographical area as specified in our constitution;

· To administer membership records;

· To fundraise and promote the interests of the charity;

· To manage our employees and volunteers;

· To maintain our own accounts and records (including the processing of gift aid applications).                                         To inform you of news, events, activities and services running at St James the Great;  

  To share your contact details with the Diocesan office so they can keep you informed about news in the diocese and events, activities and services that will be occurring in the diocese and in which you may be interested.

4. What is the legal basis for processing your personal data?

· Explicit consent of the data subject so that we can keep you informed about news, events, activities and services and process your gift aid donations and keep you informed about diocesan events.

· Processing is necessary for carrying out obligations under employment, social security or social protection law, or a collective agreement;

· Processing is carried out by a not-for-profit body with a political, philosophical, religious or trade union aim provided: -

o the processing relates only to members or former members (or those who have regular contact with it in connection with those purposes); and

o there is no disclosure to a third party without consent.

5. Sharing your personal data
Your personal data will be treated as strictly confidential and will only be shared with other members of the church in order to carry out a service to other church members or for purposes connected with the church. We will only share your data with third parties outside of the parish with your consent.

6. How long do we keep your personal data[1]?
We keep data in accordance with the guidance set out in the guide “Keep or Bin: Care of Your Parish Records” which is available from the Church of England website [see footnote for link].

Specifically, we retain electoral roll data while it is still current; gift aid declarations and associated paperwork for up to 6 years after the calendar year to which they relate; and parish registers (baptisms, marriages, funerals) permanently.

7. Your rights and your personal data

Unless subject to an exemption under the GDPR, you have the following rights with respect to your personal data: -

· The right to request a copy of your personal data which the PCC of St James the Great, Talaton holds about you;

· The right to request that the PCC of St James the Great, Talaton corrects any personal data if it is found to be inaccurate or out of date;

· The right to request your personal data is erased where it is no longer necessary for the PCC of St James the Great, Talaton to retain such data;

· The right to withdraw your consent to the processing at any time

· The right to request that the data controller provide the data subject with his/her personal data and where possible, to transmit that data directly to another data controller, (known as the right to data portability), (where applicable) [Only applies where the processing is based on consent or is necessary for the performance of a contract with the data subject and in either case the data controller processes the data by automated means].

· The right, where there is a dispute in relation to the accuracy or processing of your personal data, to request a restriction is placed on further processing;

· The right to object to the processing of personal data, (where applicable) [Only applies where processing is based on legitimate interests (or the performance of a task in the public interest/exercise of official authority); direct marketing and processing for the purposes of scientific/historical research and statistics]

· The right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioners Office.

8. Further processing

If we wish to use your personal data for a new purpose, not covered by this Data Protection Notice, then we will provide you with a new notice explaining this new use prior to commencing the processing and setting out the relevant purposes and processing conditions. Where and whenever necessary, we will seek your prior consent to the new processing.

9. Contact Details

To exercise all relevant rights, queries of complaints please in the first instance contact the Parish Administrator at

You can contact the Information Commissioners Office on 0303 123 1113 or via email or at the Information Commissioner's Office, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire. SK9 5AF.

[1] Details about retention periods can currently be found in the Record Management Guides located on the Church of England website at: -

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