Rededication of the Bells Service - Ugborough

Ugborough Church had had a Rededication Service to mark the return of newly recast ring of eight bells, followed by some excellent refreshments, on Sunday 11 August.  The service was officiated by the Bishop Mark Rylands and was very well attended with Taylor's of Loughborough (the bell founders) represented by Mr Simon Adams and members of the community who supported this amazing project.   There was ringing before, during and after the service by the Ugborough ringers, as well some guests.   The bells are only the fourth recast of bells in Devon in the last 50 years and the new ring of eight are all in perfect tune, thanks to skills of Taylor's.  During the service Mr Adams presented a bronze metal paper weight each to Mr Anthony Lugger (Bell Captain), Francis Douglas (Project Manager) and Juliet (Treasurer) for their contribution to the project.  It was the general consensus that the Rededication Service was a fitting finale to this amazing project, the sounds of which should be heard for at least the next 100 years. 

All Age Worship
The All Age Service held on the first Sunday of the month, is a short, informal Service of the Word.
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Ugborough Village
The village is a thriving village with a church, two pubs,a football club,a village hall, a preschool and a primary school.
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Bellringers - Ugborough
We practise at 7.30 pm on Thursdays and ring at 9.00 am Sundays for the church services.
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Safeguarding Information
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Sustainable Saturday - Ugborough
Every other Saturday in Ugborough Village hall 10am - 12noon.

Messy Church - Ugborough
A relaxed service with activities and party tea suitable for all ages. Every 4th Sunday of the month in the church at 4.30pm. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
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Breakfast Church comes to Ugborough!
Every 3rd Sunday of the month at 9.30am All are welcome.
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Cream Teas - Ermington
Every Sunday during August 2.30pm - 4.30pm
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About us
The building is a large 13th Century church known as the ‘Cathedral of the South Hams’. 
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The Parish Giving Scheme
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Outline History of St Peter, Ugborough
We do not know when the first parish church was built at Ugborough. There may have been a church here in the Anglo-Saxon period before the Norman Conquest, but nothing remains. There was a church with a priest in the village by 1121, when the right to appoint to the living of Ugborough (known as the advowson) was granted to Plympton Priory, Plymouth. This was confirmed in 1176 a letter of John, bishop of Exeter, to Martin, prior of Plympton convent.
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Visit of U3A Ivybridge Local History Group
Tuesday 27th August 2pm - 3pm at Ugborough Church.