If you haven’t visited us at St Dunstan’s before, you are assured a warm welcome.  The Church is also open every day for private prayer and you can light a candle at our prayer board at the entrance to the Lady Chapel.

Many of you will know, locally, of our problems with the restoration and repairs needed for our South Aisle Roof.  It has been something of a saga, to date, and our costs have nearly doubled to the tune of £212,000 and that is a huge sum in anyone’s book.  As well as saying a little bit more in the February edition of the Mayfield and Five Ashes Newsletter, please see below the report from our architects to the PCC in November which gives a little bit more detail:

Report from our Architects

Our Appeal to all those who value the important history of our beautiful Grade I listed Church ‘on the top of the hill’ has now gone public!  To date we have raised a very encouraging sum of £73,000 towards the sum of £100,000 still required.  If you are able to help us with a donation, of any size, please do download our Appeal Leaflet  with enclosed Gift Aid form and send through to The Parish Office, London House, High Street, Mayfield TN20 6TU:

Appeal Leaflet

We want to say a big THANK YOU to all our kind donors at our Patronal Festival (St Dunstan’s Day) on Sunday, 19th May and everyone’s names will be published, along with the help we have received from Trusts and local businesses.

Our next fundraiser is a production of ‘The Turbulent Priest’ in St Dunstan’s on Thursday, 9th May at 8pm with doors opening at 7pm:

The Turbulent Priest

Come along and have a Cream Tea (and your face painted!) in St Dunstan’s during the Mayfair on Saturday, 11th May between 1pm and 4pm:

The Mayfair

Our weekly pewsheet can be found above and we are very excited that our new weekly e- Newsletter is receiving such a great response.  If you would like to be included in our mailing list, please contact Nicky in the Parish Office to give your permission to receive it: stdunstan@tiscali.co.uk.

All good wishes

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