St Mary's Catholic Church Cricklade, Wiltshire
Mass has been celebrated in Cricklade since about 1939. In 1955 a former Baptist church was acquired and re-opened as the Church of St Augustine of Canterbury. Until 1983 Cricklade was part of Cirencester Parish but it was transferred to Fairford when it was decided to lease the medieval parish church of St Mary which had been declared redundant by the Anglican Diocese of Bristol.
This Church is a member of a local ecumenical partnership.
Friends of St Mary's
The Friends of St Mary's Cricklade was formed in 1998 to care for the building and a restoration appeal has been launched. The Friends of St Mary's website, includes more information about St Mary's together with more pictures and genealogical information
More history and pictures
More information about St Mary's and further pictures are located at: Wiltshire Council community history site; also available is an excellent timeline showing the history of Cricklade.