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  • Safeguarding is a priority here

    We are committed to following government and Church of England guidelines on safeguarding children and vulnerable adults and good working practice, including safer recruitment of volunteers and paid workers.

    Our commitment to safeguarding:

    • We commit to each share responsibility for creating an environment that is safe for all
    • We commit to pray for our safeguarding lead(s) and those working with children and adults 
    • We commit to respect the boundaries that are in place to protect others
    • We commit to support those in our church who have been hurt or abused
    • We commit to provide on-going safeguarding training for all our workers
    • We commit to allow sufficient time and resources to make our recruitment of workers safer 
    • We commit to maintaining an open culture where people are encouraged to share concerns 
    • We commit to not take offence when challenged about our presence or behaviour

    We work to a formal safeguarding policy and procedure it can be seen on request from: HILARY REEVES Parish Safeguarding Officer .

    Any safeguarding issues to Hilary please on 07710823217.

    If you have any concerns regarding the safety or welfare of a child or vulnerable adult in general you can speak to: Bev Huff or Samantha Jackson, Diocesan Safeguarding Advisers.

    They have been appointed by the Peterborough Diocese to respond to any safeguarding concerns.

    Bev Huff

    Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser

    The Diocesan Office, The Palace, Peterborough PE1 1YB

    01733 887040 (direct line)

    01733 887027 (Sharon Welbourne, Safeguarding Assistant)


    Samantha Jackson

    Assistant Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser

    The Diocesan Office, The Palace, Peterborough PE1 1YB

    01733 887041 (direct line)

    01733 887027 (Sharon Welbourne, Safeguarding Assistant)


    To find out more click here.

    All Saints Paston 

    Please note that facemasks must now be worn for all services in church.


    Monday 12th October to Monday 19th

    We will welcome back Rev John Harper to lead our Communion Service on Sunday 18th October at 10am. John was the first of our visiting priests, way back in July, and we look forward to greeting him again.

    There will be no 8.00am services until further notice.

    We welcome 27 to 29 worshippers at each service and many are saying how much they are enjoying the time shared with fellow members of the church family. 



    If you have any news, special anniversaries or birthdays that you feel should be shared on this pew sheet, please contact Steve. 

    During interregnum please direct messages and queries to the churchwardens……

       Peter -   pb.temps@ntlworld.com       Steve - stevetyke@yahoo.com






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