Welcome to our lovely village church, located in School Close BA14 6LU, just off Main Street behind the school and Talboys. 

Please see church website for current list of services and other information

Contact Information

Rector
The Revd Dr Rob Thomas
The Rectory, Union Street, Trowbridge BA14 8RU
Phone 01225 350647
E-mail rob.thomas@cantab.net

Churchwardens
Gillian Walden 01380 870383
Gill Gosling
Rodney Weaver (Deputy) 01380 870458

WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT
2015_05_02_9999_5Do you pass through the churchyard on the footpath to walk your dog or take a stroll? Do you go to the churchyard to pay respects to those who are buried there? Do you enjoy the peace and tranquillity of walking round the churchyard and visiting our wonderful Church building? We have an excellent team of workers from Iverde (previously English Landscapes) who keep the churchyard looking neat and tidy for all to enjoy. Needless to say this service costs money and following our appeal for donations towards the cost of Churchyard maintenance in recent years we have been extremely grateful for the tremendous support which we have received. Having said that the appeal still raises somewhat less than the full costs of maintenance, which continue to increase.

Once again we are asking for support in the hope that the total costs of approx £1,500 can be covered in full this year. It is obvious from the previous response that the village as a whole believes it important that the churchyard should be kept neat and tidy but there are no spare funds within the budget.

If you would like to make a contribution please send your donation made payable to PCC of Keevil to 1 Hobbs Hill, Keevil, Trowbridge BA14 6LR. We hope that you will be able to help so that our Churchyard can be kept safe, neat and tidy for all to enjoy.

St Leonard’s PCC

THANK YOU
A huge thank you to everyone who donated to the Food Bank collection in the Church, prior to Christmas. The demand on the Storehouse Food Bank was particularly high in 2017, and for a time, it looked as if it might be difficult to fulfil that demand. However, thanks to the generosity of the people of Trowbridge and the surrounding villages, including of course, Keevil, the Storehouse was given donations of food and toiletries which were more than sufficient to meet the needs of all those who needed help. It is unlikely that the need for the Foodbank will diminish in the coming months so please continue to give what you can.

Thank you and best wishes, Janet Hopkins