Corona Virus Pandemic
In keeping with Government and Church of England advice, the Priory has had to be closed to all visitors.
This means that Services cannot be held in the church so as an alternative, each Sunday at 10.30 am, a Service will be conducted by way of a streaming utility.
In anticipation of an eventual re-opening, the information about the Priory remains on this site.
The Streaming Service, the St Bees parish magazine, and the latest Parish Council information can all be accessed via the links below.
- Enjoy the beauty and tranquility of our building and grounds
- Share in worship and Christian fellowship
- Pray or meditate in our Lady Chapel
- Explore our extensive history and heritage
To all visitors and parishioners:
May you know God’s blessing in this place, now and always.
St Bees Priory has adopted the national Church of England / Diocesan Safeguarding Policy and the PCC and APCM receive regular reports on safeguarding from our Parish Safeguarding Adviser.
Click here for a link to our Safeguarding Policy
Click here for a link to Promoting a Safer Church
If you have any concerns, please contact the Parish Safeguarding Officer (Adults) – Wendy Mellor – email@example.com,
Rosalie McAndrew (Children) firstname.lastname@example.org,
or the Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser, Charles Proctor, on 07458 016884 email@example.com
If you believe a child to be at immediate risk you must contact Cumbria Children’s Services 0333 240 1727 or the Police.
Urgent concerns about vulnerable adults should be referred to your local District Adult Social Care office 0300 303 2704 or, out of normal office hours, the Emergency Duty Team 01228 526690, or the Police.