The Dassett Magna Prayer

Come, Holy Spirit:

fill the hearts of your faithful people

and kindle in us the fire of your love.

Strengthen your church here in Dassett Magna:

deepen our faith

and pour out your love, through us,

on our communities.

We ask these things in Jesus' name.


Contact Us

© 2018 by ALL SAINTS' CHURCH, BURTON DASSETT Proudly created with

The Reverend Nicki Chatterton

Tel. 07769871237

Known Locally as

"the Cathedral in the Hills."



On behalf of the people of the Parish of Burton Dassett I warmly welcome you to our website and hope that in due course we will have the pleasure of meeting you in person. 

Here you will find all that is going on in and connected to the Parish of Burton Dassett.

Our Church


All Saints' is a most beautiful and captivating Norman church. Totally unspoilt, it was built in the 12th Century and in 2009 underwent an enormous restoration project to preserve and restore some of its medieval wall paintings. It is a very spiritual and tranquil place, of historical and architectural interest.



All Saints Church is part of the active vibrant church community of the Parish of Burton Dassett which is part of the Dassett Magna Group of Parishes. 


Whether you have been to church before or are coming for the first time you are assured of a warm welcome!

Dassett Magna Group


The Dassett Magna Group of Parishes was formed in April 2007, when the parishes of Farnborough and Avon Dassett with Fenny Compton joined together with the neighbouring parishes of Burton Dassett (which includes Knightcote, Little Dassett, Northend and Temple Herdewyke) and Gaydon with Chadshunt.

Toilets and Taps!

All Saints’ Church is a very popular venue and is used regularly for concerts, weddings, christenings, funerals and a variety of church social and community events. The church is the largest church within the Dassett Magna group of parishes. The group consists of 4 rural parishes with small fixed pew churches which greatly restricts the format and size of services and events held in them. The size and open format of All Saints’ church makes it an ideal venue for all large Church group gatherings and celebrations. 


However, at present it lacks toilet and servery facilities. These facilities can help churches to survive and the lack of such facilities is increasingly found to be putting people off from attending church services and events.


Toilets allow churches to become more welcoming to worshippers, especially the elderly and those with young children. Servery facilities enable a wider hospitality through being able to offer refreshments. Both are essential for churches like All Saints’ wanting to increase use through hosting a variety of worship and local community events such as concerts. Without this accommodation the church is finding the holding of such events is becoming increasingly difficult.


The church and more importantly the PCC (Parochial Church Council) has therefore initiated a project to provide a servery and toilets aptly named “Toilets and Taps” and is in the process of seeking funding.


The intended provision of facilities will mean that the whole of the Dassett Magna group will have an excellent venue - larger than any in the vaccinate, available for all the communities and geographically central to all - for fundraising, social and church events. The intended provision of facilities will not only serve the local parish and community but be used by, and help maintain the churches for, the 8 village communities the Dassett Magna Parishes serve.

Latest News

We have recently received a grant for 'Toilets and Taps' from:

- the National Churches Trust - £10.000

age National Lottery Community Fund - £10,000

Thank you so much! 

Click on Latest News for the press release concerning the National Churches Trust grant.


OR click the National Churches Trust logo to access their website and learn more about the valuable work they do. 


Please support us by attending our fundraising events or making a donation to 'Toilets and Taps'


  1. Hot Ham with mustard sauce or redcurrant sauce served with jacket potatoes, peas and carrots.

  2. Vegetarian Quiche served with jacket potatoes, peas and carrots.

Followed by a choice of puddings.

Tea/coffee and chocolates will be served after lunch.


To book your lunch, inform us of your menu choice and pay by cheque please contact 

Kate Hodgson, Orchard Cottage, Park Close, Bottom Street, Northend, Southam CV47 2FH  Or click here and email:


Payment (£15 per meal) may be made 

  • by a cheque sent to Kate Hodgson made payable to Burton Dassett Fabric Fund.  

  • Or payment made by Internet banking to


Account: Burton Dassett Fabric Fund
Sort Code: 30-98-26
Account Number: 00182606
Reference – your surname please

We invite you to join our mailing list and receive emails we send out with news, services and events.

Donations to All Saints' Church

Please show your support and donate to the maintenance and upkeep of our beautiful church.


BURTON DASSETT - Safeguarding Officer

Name: Sue Taylor

Tel:     01295 770073


Name: Reverend Nicki Chatterton

Role:   Vicar to Dassett Magna Parishes



Name: Carol Clarke    

Rose:   Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor

Tel:     07906 627052     



     Local Authority Social Services

    Coventry - 024 7683 2222




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