Fundraising and Social Events

Talents Fundraising

Raising funds for the churches using our gifts and talents

Click the link below to see the latest talents on offer

Talents Fundraiser 2018 and advertising week 6


Sausage Plait and Sausage Rolls

Contact Helen Tite on 01933 680635 or

if you would like one of her

famous sausage plaits £3.00 or sausage rolls 12 for £1.50


Tea Loaf

Contact Joy Bond on 01604 948040

if you would like a delicious Tea Loaf for just £2.00


Need stocking-fillers?  

Hand-painted festive Tealight Holders

£1.50 each Please contact Tom Pearson for more information

Bags of chocolate truffles or rum truffles  £2
Gift boxes with two sweets  £1

Please contact Carol Hurst on 01933 276460

Ginger Cakes

2lb loaf size Ginger cakes £2.00 each.

Order any time for next day delivery!  Contact Jackie on 01933 631232

Events coming up

For more details please contact Revd. Jackie Buck 01933 631232 or see the weekly News Sheet on this site.


Help raise funds to repair Great Doddington’s Nave Windows with easyfunding

Great Doddington easy funding page is active and raising funds to repair the nave windows Shopping on line is a great and easy way to raise funds or the church.
Just go onto:
Once on this page you can register
Once registered, whenever you shop on line you go through the easyfunding page and the church will get a percentage of what you spend.
It is a wonderful way to raise money and with people going on line to shop throughout the year we can continue to raise funds for church. If anyone has any questions about the page you can happily email me on and I’m happy to help. Join the fundraising revolution

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Please note Traidcraft are experiencing some financial difficulties at this time. For more information please see here Traidcraft Letter

Please support Fairtrade and Traidcraft if you can.

Catalogue can be viewed at

Great Doddington, Wilby and Ecton churches committed to being a fairtrade benefice a good number of years ago now.
What is fairtrade:
With fairtrade you have the power to change the world every day. With simple shopping choices you can get farmers a better deal. And that means they can make their own decisions, control their futures and lead the dignified life everyone deserves.
Fairtrade is about better prices, decent working conditions and fair terms of trade for farmers and workers.
It’s about supporting the development of thriving farming and worker communities that have more control over their futures and protecting the environment in which they live and work.
And it’s your opportunity to connect with the people who grow the produce that we all depend on.
The fairtrade symbol looks like this

See the source image

Whenever you see this symbol the food or goods have been made fairly for fairtrade.
Each church has one Sunday in the month where they can support fairtrade and buy goods and these are on:
Great Doddington: second Sunday of the month at 11.15
Ecton: third Sunday of the month at 10.00
Wilby: fourth Sunday of the month at 9.00
Please support this as we do get 10% of all sales sold. If you wish to buy anything from the catalogue you or want to know more you can contact me on


                      Leaving a Legacy

Making a Will is one of the most important things to consider in life. A Will is much more than a document, it’s the best way there is to make sure everything you care about is provided for. It’s also a wonderful opportunity to help support the work of the church in the community.
Gifts in Wills can make an important contribution to our churches. Your local churches are funded by fundraising events and monthly giving from parishioners. Your legacy can make a lasting difference to a church.
If you would like more information about leaving a legacy please contact Revd. Jackie Buck for more information or ask your Will Provider.