Community Links

Local Community

St Mary's ChurchLocal Council - As the parish church for central Twickenham, St Mary's maintains close links with the local Council. The annual Civic Service usually takes place at St Mary's, giving thanks for and praying for the new Mayor. The Parish Priest is chaplain to the current Mayor, Cllr Rita Palmer.

Church Street Association – As an active member of the Church Street Association of traders in Church Street, St Mary’s takes part in the annual Twickenham Festival in June and lighting of the Christmas lights and holds annual Carol Services for members of the local business community and, together with local funeral directors, a service for those whose loved ones have recently died.

Age UK Richmond – Twickenham Wellbeing Centre, which opened in St Mary's Church Hall in March 2012, offers a variety of activities during the day for the over 50s as well as a local drop-in centre.

Concerts - St Mary's is used for a variety of concerts throughout the year.

Church Hall - The Church Hall is regularly used by a variety of users.

Scouts and Guides

Both the Scouts and Guides offer a variety of activities including outings and involvement with St Mary’s Church.


Scouts logo

The Scout Group is the 13th Twickenham St Mary’s Group.
They meet in the Scout Hut, Seymour Gardens, Twickenham TW1 3AR.
Both boys and girls can join the Scouts. For more information contact the Group Scout Leader, Michel Budd on 020 8979 6465.

Beaver Scouts
6 - 8 years
6.15 - 7.30pm
Sarah Kershaw
020 8979 9113
Cub Scouts
8-10 years
6.45 - 8.15pm
Nick Williams
020 8894 7369
10 - 15 years
7.15 - 9.00pm
Sam Turner
07528 345345
Explorer Scouts
14 - 18 years
7.30 - 9.30pm
Martin Wood
020 8898 7930


Girl Guides logo

The Guide Group for girls is the 8th Twickenham St Mary's Group. They meet in St Mary's Church Hall, Church Street, Twickenham TW1 3NJ.

Brownie Guides
7 - 10 years
5.45 - 7.15pm
Jo Rose
020 8286 3459
Girl Guides
10 - 15 years
7.30 - 9.00pm
Victoria Fuller
020 8744 2594

St Mary's School

St Mary's School logoSt Mary's CE School is a voluntary aided primary school with close links to St Mary's Church. The Associate Priest works closely with the school, regularly leading assemblies for each of the different age groups. Members of the congregation represent the church as trustees of the school and by serving on the School's Governing Body.

Click here to access the school's website: