About Us

Castle Eaton is a small Wiltshire village located between Swindon and Cirencester, and home to the Red Lion, reputed to be the first pub on the River Thames.

Quiet for most of the year, the summer months see an increase in activity as the Royal International Air Tattoo takes place at nearby RAF Fairford in July.

Occasionally walkers can be seen making their way along the Thames Path that winds between the nearby towns of Cricklade and Lechlade.

Castle Eaton Road Sign

Ride with Les

Click on the You Tube picture below to take a tour of the village in the company of Les...

 Tour of Castle Eaton

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View of 12th century St Marys church in Castle Eaton

St Mary's Church

Just take a little time to visit St.Mary's, the Lady on the Thames.

You will find a warm welcome
please come along and join us at one of our service
Happy New Year from us all at St.Mary,s Castle Eaton
you are welcome to join us for a light lunch on 24th February 
12-2pm (soup and bread roll) at Sheila,s House tel : 810403
February 2015
Sun 1 St Word & Worship 10.00am
Sun 8th Holy Communion 9.30am
Sun 15th Morning Worship 9.30am
Sun 22nd Morning Worship 9.30am
March 2015
Sun 1st Word and Worship 10am
Sun 8th Holy Communion 9.30am
Sun 15th Morning Worship 9.30am
Sun 22nd Morning Worship 9.30am
Sun 29th United Family Service 10.30am Palm Sunday
Saturday 9th May 2pm - 4pm
including Homemade cakes and Raffle
donation of items can be brought to the village hall
from 10am on the morning
or contact sheila 810403 / Val 810287
I have some bird nesting boxes left over from the craft fair £4 Each
if any one would like to buy one contact me on 01285 810403 
money to church funds thank you Barry for donating them.
£75.00 was donated to "The Swindon Christmas Care " Homeless
And £75.00 was donated to Tearfund ! from are christmas servises 
£615.45 was raised for church upkeep a big thank you
for all your support once again we had a great turn out Sheila 
Harvest Supper Raised £710 & Profit from Calendars raised £100
Proceeds for the upkeep of St.Marys Church
With out your help we could not keep the church open,
Thank you for your support Sheila