Edington is a small village on the edge of Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, and its Priory is one of England's most important village churches. Built by William of Edington, the distinguished former Bishop of Winchester, the church was completed in 1361.

     
 

The Friends of Edington Priory Church is a registered charity that aims to:

  • Restore and maintain the church
  • Care for the furnishings
  • Enable it to be a place of inspiration
  • Ensure it is a house of devotion

We do this by helping the parishioners with the substantial costs of maintaining this remarkable Grade I listed building.

     

We are working to bring you an all-new website!
Please bear with us during this period, as for technical reasons this site may not always be as up to date as we would wish. We hope to have the new website ready by the end of 2017.

     
Join us!   Sing with John Rutter
 

As a member of the Friends, you'll find a warm welcome to our annual Festival, and to other events during the year.

    An inspirational day led by the celebrated composer John Rutter. Advance booking is essential.
 
Edington: the Bishop's legacy A church near you
  This comprehensive book about the Priory church comes from local author Graham Laslett, who has generously donated the profits to the Friends.
The book costs £14.95 plus p&p - click here to email the Secretary for details.
    Open this Church of England site in a new window to give details of Edington parish and its weekly services.
   
  Our Benefice
    This community website opens in a new window with general information about Edington and the local area.
 
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