The Parish of Farnborough; with St. Botolph church is the smallest of the individual parishes within the group, with a population of approximately 300. As well as the church and Farnborough Hall - the National Trust property, Farnborough has a village hall, a pub, and a garden centre. While many in Farnborough do not attend the church regularly, there remains great support from the wider community for its maintenance and upkeep
St. Botolph Church,
There is a small car park inferno of the church.
1st Sunday 10am
Holy Communion - Modern Language
2nd Sunday 6pm
3rd Sunday 10am
Traditional Language Book of Common Prayer
4th Sunday 10am
Every Wednesday and Saturday 2.30pm
from April to October
A dynamic committee run afternoon Teas within the village hall for National Trust visitors and local walkers which raises well needed money for the upkeep and maintenance of the church.
This is not running at the moment due to COVID19 - planned to restart in April 2022
Mrs Fiona Russell-Perry
The churchwarden is an annually elected member of the church community - congregation. They are work with the parish priest and are generally responsible for the day-to-day functioning of the parish.
Mrs Jo Hotchkiss
Safeguarding Congregation Link
Name: Mrs Fiona Russell-Perry
Name: Reverend Nicki Chatterton
Role: Vicar to Dassett Magna Parishes
Name: Sarah Price
Role: Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor
Tel: 07906 627052
Local Authority Social Services
Coventry - 024 7683 2222
- Parochial Church Council -
The Parochial Church Council, is the governing body of the church and is made up of the clergy and lay members from the congregation. They work together with the priest and church warden to ensure the smooth running of the church.