Pauntley Church
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  • Pilates at Pauntley

    Please come along and enjoy an exercise session suitable for all ages and fitness.  We need to keep numbers viable at this class if it is to continue so you will be be very welcome if you are thinking of trying Pilates.  Classes are every Monday from 11.15 a.m. to 12.15 p.m. and only £5 a session.  

    The last class before Christmas will be on Monday 17 December and classes will restart on Monday 7 January 2019.


  • Christmas Party - Friday 21 December

    Come and join us at our Christmas Party on Friday 21 December at Pauntley Village Hall, from 7.00 p.m. onwards.   Wear your Christmas jumpers or your sparkles and glitter.  Please bring a plate of food for the shared buffet, your own wine/beer and a small wrapped gift (value £1) for Father Christmas to give out in the Secret Santa.  We will provide tea/coffee and non-alcoholic punch.  There will be carols and Chrisrtmas songs, and probably some games too - you don't have to join in if you don't want to!  Tickets £3 - contact Lesley on 01531 822315 or email pauntleyvillagehall@gmail.com.


Welcome to the website for Pauntley parish, a small community in an area of beautiful countryside in the north-west of Gloucestershire, about 4 miles from Newent.  To the north-west, we look out to the Malvern Hills, and the prominent landmark of May Hill can be seen to the south-east beyond Newent. Settlement in the parish is largely scattered, apart from the three hamlets in the parish at Ketford, Pool Hill and Brand Green. Although we have no shop or pub, we have a thriving primary school and an active village hall, both of which form focal points for the parish.

Pauntley is well-known as the probable birthplace of Dick Whittington, whose family owned the manor house here, Pauntley Court, at the time of his birth in the 14th century. Adjacent to the Court is the church of St John the Evangelist with its fine Norman south doorway, with a chevron arch and a carved tympanum of the Dymock school.

This website is maintained by the community and aims to provide information about the parish for local residents and visitors.  We would welcome any news, information or photographs for inclusion on the site – please contact us using the Contact Us page.