St Hugh's RC
The first Roman Catholic Church in Radstock was a temporary building on the Frome Road, opened in 1913. After the First World War, the stone building which had housed Purnell’s Printing Works, on Wells Hill, was acquired. St Hugh’s Parish, covers the outlying districts of Clandown, Writhlington, Charlton and Kilmersdon. The Church is dedicated to St Hugh who was a member of the first Carthusian monastery at Witham, about 10 miles away. St Hugh later became Bishop of Lincoln.
Wednesday 10:00am Communion Service
6:00pm Mass (Holy Days of Obligation only)
Sunday morning Mass, with hymns lasts about an hour.
A Children’s Liturgy takes place during the Service of the Word at the Sunday Mass.
Morning Tea is available in the Hall after mass every Sunday morning, anyone is welcome to come and join us.
Parish Priest: Dom Michael Clothier Downside Abbey Stratton-on-the-Fosse (Tel: 01761 235111)
For information and bookings contact: Rosalie Lees (Tel: 01761 434385)