St Mary, North Huish

About us
North Huish is run by The Churches Conservation Trust and it hosts special services at Rogation, Armistice Day and a Candlelight Christmas Carol Service. Music Concerts and other events are organised to raise fund for the Church upkeep through the Churches Conservation Trust and local volunteers.
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Annual Rogation Service
The Annual Rogation Service was held this year on Sunday 21st May on a beautiful spring evening.
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Avonwick Shop
Small village shop in Avonwick, serving the communities of Avonwick, Diptford, North Huish, South Brent.
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Breakfast Church
Informal All Age Worship with Breakfast.
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Breakfast Nativity - Moreleigh
Sunday 3rd December at 9.30am
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Carols by Candlelight, North Huish
Our very popular Carol Service is enjoyed by folk from all around the South Hams. Lit by candlelight and supported by our church choirs. Sunday 10th December at 4.00pm.

Conservation Work at St Mary's
The Churches Conservation Trust are responsible for the upkeep of the Church and are currently doing some work on the spire - take a look at these amazing photos!
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Diptford WI Advent Fair - Diptford Parish Hall
Saturday 25th November 10am - 2pm
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Harberton Christmas Tree Festival
Friday 1st December – Sunday 3rd Dec 2017
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Messy Christingle - Diptford
Sunday 3rd December at 4.30pm

North Huish Village
The village is a rural hamlet with a church it is close to the village of Avonwick which has a shop, a pub, a church and a garage.
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St Mary, North Huish
The Churches Conservation Trust looks after the church and maintains the building. Diptford PCC takes care of the Churchyard.
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The Churches Conservation Trust and St Mary's, North Huish
A stone-spired landmark This beautiful fifteenth-century, stone-spired church is a landmark in a fold in the hills just below Dartmoor and it has wonderful views to the south.