The Benefice Cross of Ampfield, Chilworth and North Baddesely

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We are a group of Church of England congregations, in three villages Ampfield, Chilworth and North Baddesley; villages between Romsey, Winchester and Southampton. We work out of four church buildings, each of which has a distinctive history. Our buildings support not only our own work, but also that of partners who run important community work. Unusually we also maintain three burial grounds which are open for the interment of bodies or ashes.

An ancient place of worship in Chilworth Old Village, in a woodland grove, close to the University Science Park and Chilworth Manor Hotel.

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St Marks is a Victorian church building set in beautiful wooded setting with a warm and welcoming congregation

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An open burial ground maintained by the Church of England Parish of North Baddesley, on a hiltop site just to the north of the centre of the village of North Baddesley.

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Delightful small church centre with a beautiful wooden floor attached to the church of St Mark.

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Historic chapel with a open and friendly congregation and compact. the chapel has a beautiful interior in the historic heart of North Baddesley on the Flexford Road ridge

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An open burial ground maintained by the Church of England Parish of Ampfield, in a woodland site just to the east of the main village

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Contemporary church hall and meeting rooms available for wider use. Currently extensively used by essential community resources in North Baddesly.

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All Saints is a contemporary church building with attached centre in the heart of North Baddesly.

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An open burial ground maintained by the Church of England Parish of Chilworth, in a wooded area around the church to the south west of the main village.

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