The Parishes of Alderton, Easton Grey, Foxley with Bremilham, Hullavington, Luckington, Norton, Sherston, and Stanton St Quintin


The Gauzebrook Group is part of the Diocese of Bristol in the Church of England and exists to serve the communities of eight beautiful rural parishes in North Witshire.

We hope to encounter all those we meet with the love of Jesus Christ, and we pray that this website will help us to provide you with an introduction to our communities and will answer any questions you may have. 

The menu at the top left will help you to find your way around.

We'd love to meet you for real too! Please do feel welcome to any of our events or services, or if you'd like to be in touch about anything else then you'll find our contact information here.

For service times go to our Sundays or news page .

St Giles Alderton

Easton Grey Parish Church

Foxley Parish Church

St Mary Magdelene Hullavington

St Mary with St Ethelbert Luckington

All Saints Norton

Holy Cross Sherston

St Giles Stanton St Quintin

All our churches are Eco Churches!

Each of our churches hold Eco Church Bronze awards, this shows our commitment to caring for God's creation. Find out more about the scheme here.

What's Happening?

Please keep an eye on this website or ask to join our mailing list to get regular updates on our activities. If you are making a special journey and want to double-check first you can contact us.

The Smallest Church in England

Bremilham Church, which isn't one of our parish churches but sits within the Parish of Foxley, has the honour of being the smallest active church in England at just over 10 foot square! We have one service here a year, and because it's so small the minister has to stand in the doorway while the congregation stand outside come rain or shine. Find out more here...

As Christians we are committed to the safeguarding, care, and nurture of everyone within our community. 'Loving our neighbours' is a fundamental part of what we do. If you want to find out more, or have a concern please visit our dedicated safeguarding page.