On Sunday , 19th May , we celebrated our Festival Day in honour of our patron, St Dunstan,
who died on Sunday 19 May 988. The celebration was an international Mass with contributions from representatives of the 70+ nationalities in our parish. The church was decorated with flags of the nations and the celebration continued  afterwards at St Dunstan’s school with a shared lunch.

angola
argentina
australia
austria
bahamas
belarus
belgium
bolivia
brazil
burkinafaso
cameroon
canada
caymen
chile
china
colombia
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costarica
czech
denmark
ecuador
el-salvador
england
finland
france
germany
ghana
gibraltar
Guadeloupe
guyana
hongkong
hungary
india
indonesia
iraq
ireland
italy
jamaica
japan
lithuania
malawi
malta
mauritius
mexico
namibia
netherlands
newzealand
nigeria
paraquay
peru
philippines
poland
portugal
romania
scotland
singapore
slovakia
southafrica
spain
srilanka
suriname
switzerland
Taiwan
trinidadandtobago
turkey
uganda
uk
usa
venezula
wales
zimbabwe

These are the nations represented in our parish. (71 to date)
Click here to see all the flags displayed. If your national flag is not shown,  please inform the webmaster.

Welcome to our Lenten edition. We have chosen “In the service of others” for this edition’s theme.  It is rewarding for those who serve, and it is right and good to do the will and works of God.

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For the Diocesan policy on Safeguarding, click here.  For a link to Safe Spaces website, click here.

COULD YOU HELP IN THE PARISH?

 At this time when many individuals and families are thinking about ‘Giving’ we would like to invite you to think about how you can ‘Give’ of your time and talents to your Parish Community.
St Dunstan’s is a very large Parish and an enormous amount of time and effort goes on behind the scenes to enable us to come together to celebrate the Sacraments, to pray and worship God regularly, and in different ways, and to be formed as an evangelising community which reaches out to those in need, both within and
outside our parish. Volunteers are vital to what we do. During the last 2 years, volunteers in many areas have decided to ‘retire’, often after numerous years offering their help. We thank them for all that they have done. 

Now is the time for new volunteers. No one can think that ‘someone else will do it’. Each one of us has something that we can offer, whether it be now, or in the future if circumstances are too difficult at the moments. If it is now, thank you. If perhaps in the future nonetheless let us know and we will put you onto our records for future help.
Click here for a note listing many of the areas where we need people to help in the running of the parish. Please do look at it and if you feel that you could offer your time and talent in one or more of the areas suggested then please fill in the form and return it, either electronically or otherwise, to the Parish Office.

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