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Clifton Diocese


The Parish of Sacred Heart, Tisbury and All Saints, Wardour

Our Parish is one of the largest in the South of England.  Situated in the south-west corner of Wiltshire, within the Diocese of Clifton, and Salisbury Catholic Deanery  it is some sixteen miles long and ten miles wide, shaped like a diamond, and covering seventeen Church of England Parishes.  It stretches from six miles west of Salisbury to the very edge of Shaftesbury.  It contains not only its Parish Church of The Sacred Heart but, also, the chapel of All Saints at Wardour Castle.  Its connections with the latter and with the Arundell family, mean that it has more history than most other parishes. (Extracted from “The Diocese of Clifton” by Rev. Dr. John Anthony Harding, The Clifton Diocesan Archivist.)

 Parish Priest: Father Robert Miller



The Emmaus Partnership

The Emmaus Partnership

Wardour is proud to be part of the Emmaus Partnership of schools. The partnership works together with the common aim of promoting Catholic education and comprises a mixture or primary secondary schools within Clifton Diocese. These include St Louis in Frome, St Augustine’s College in Trowbridge, St Josephs in Devizes, St Georges in Warminster, St Edwards in Romsey, St Joseph’s in Salisbury, St Osmund’s in Salisbury, Christ the King in Amesbury, St John's in Trowbridge and St Edmunds in Calne.

Members of staff at Wardour are part of different Emmaus committees who meet regularly to share best practice.

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