The Pilgrims meet each Friday in Term Time from 1.30 pm until 3 pm in the St. James Community Centre, on High Street (opposite the Church). 
They are open to all pre school children (under 5), no matter how young,to help carers meet with other carers, while the children enjoy playing, and learning to mix with other children. Meanwhile the carers enjoy a well earned rest and chat. The sessions finish with a sing, a prayer, and then a cup of tea (for the carers), juice and a snack for the children. 
The Little Pilgrims are an initiative of the Mothers Union (see below), organised & led by them.
Contact Mrs June Henderson on 01946 690845 for more information.

The Mothers' Union is an international Christian charity that seeks to support families worldwide. Our members are not all mothers or even all women. Our aim is to promote stable marrige, family life and the protection of children. We meet every 1st Tuesday at 2pm in St. Nicholas Centre and every 3rd Monday at 7.30pm in the Community Centre. All Welcome

Contact Jan Whinn, Branch Leader 01946 62336

Sigrid Leech is our Director of Music who oversees the musical life of the Parish. In addition to being an accomplished organist and musician, Sigrid also leads and trains the choir of the Parish. Sigrid and the Choir members are always pleased to welcome new members to the choir. Choir rehearsals take place in Church on Tuesday evenings (during term time) at 7:00 pm, in St James Church. If you are interested in joining the Choir contact Sigrid on 01946 693906.

Ringing practice is Friday night 7.30 pm to 9pm. Service ringing is 9.30 to 10, and 5.30 to 6 on Sundays when there is an Evening Prayer service, plus weddings as requested. Peals or half peals are regularly rung for special occassions.
Visiting ringers are very welcome. Please contact the Tower Captain- Richard Last - on 01946 695418, or The tower secretary is Luise Leech - email

Please see the St. James Guided Tour page for full details of the bells