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The Chapelry, Throckmorton, raises funds to aid the upkeep of the village and church. For more information please visit their website:

St James Church, Bishampton

The Friends of St James are a charity who work to raise funds for the restoration, preservation, repair, maintenance, improvement and/or reconstruction of the church when needed. More information about the Friends of St James can be found at:

The PCC is grateful for all the help and assistance which has been given to assist in the re-ordering and upkeep of St. James Church.

Record of all that has been achieved since the project began in 2010


The Chapelry, Throckmorton

Throckmorton Village Charity raises funds to aid the upkeep of the village and church. For more information please visit their website:

Legacy Giving


Once you have made provision for family members, a Legacy to the Church is an ideal way to honour God. A gift in your Will to your local church is one of the most valuable and lasting ways you can continue to support its mission and ministry within your community, expressing gratitude and thanksgiving to God, and helping to support the future of your local church. For more information about legacy giving, please visit the following website:


Support Our Churches

Both St James Church, Bishampton, and The Chapelry, Throckmorton, organise events throughout the year in order to raise funds for the church mission and enable charitable giving. Collectively we support the following causes:

Orphans in the Wild

Orphans in the Wild aims to help Local communities in Mufindi, Tanzania; to ensure that children orphaned by AIDS are given sufficient immediate and long-term emotional and material support to feed, clothe and educate them to the end of their compulsory schooling, and to improve the general living standards in an environmentally sustainable manner. For more information please view their website:

Maggs Day Centre

Maggs Day Centre supports the homeless and provides a safe and dry environment for vulnerable people to get food and hot drinks, use showers and laundry facilities. They also provide mentoring to help those who are prepared to make changes to get their lives back on track. For more information please view the Maggs Day Centre website:

Farmers in Crisis

The Farming Community Network is a voluntary organisation and charity which provides farmers and families within the farming community with help and support throughout difficult times. More information can be found on their website:

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