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Our parish is committed to the Safeguarding policies of the Catholic Church in England & Wales, to taking all reasonable steps to protect children, young people and vulnerable adults from any form of abuse or maltreatment and to promoting a safe environment for them.

We will liaise closely and openly with statutory agencies to ensure that any concerns or allegations of abuse that are raised are promptly reported and properly responded to, victims supported and perpetrators held to account.

Parish Safeguarding Co-ordinator: Contact: Dennis McGarry on 07818031761 or email

Diocesan Safeguarding Co-ordinator: Mick Thurley 020 8505 4199

You can access the Diocesan Safeguarding policies here.

Other safe contact points include:

NSPCC – 0800 800 500 or 42 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3NH or NSPCC Textphone service for deaf people: 0800 056 0566

Child Line – Free phone 0800 11 11

Help the Aged – 0207 278 1114
Action on Elder Abuse – 0808 808 8141

The parish is committed to following the Diocesan Child Protection Procedures. All who volunteer to work with children and young people in the parish must complete the relevant procedures.

Latest News

This Week's Newsletter

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Sunday Gospel readings

Diocesan Year Book and Liturgical Calendar

Latest News from Cambodia

Watch the video messages from

Fr Francesco (Chomnaom’s new parish priest) and

Fr Manoj (Battambang Parish Priest)

Then The Khmer Rouge Came: Survivors’ Stories from Northwest Cambodia, Marie-Madeleine Kenning’s book has now been published. For more information about the book and how to purchase a copy go to the Friends of Cambodia page of this website.

It is important to note that ALL profits go directly to Friends of Cambodia and therefore 100% of that goes directly to the people in Cambodia.

Recent letters from Pope Francis

Letter : Care for our Common Home - Laudato Si

Live Simply Wildflower Gardens - as part of our Live Simply parish commitment we are being invited to plant a wildflower patch in our gardens. The Parish has supplied some seeds. Your wildflower patch could be as small or as large as you like, but nothing too onerous - from a metre square to ... well you decide.Parish LiveSimply Wildflower Patches

Look out for more live simply ideas and things we can do together as a parish family in the coming weeks and months

How about joining freecycle - a great way of handing on those unwanted items and finding things you need for free visit the Ipswich page FreeCycle