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Parish Groups

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Senior Social Group
This is a group for the retired members of the parish. It meets alternate Tuesday mornings (during school term time) in the Parish Hall.

Toddler Group
The group meets on Tuesday afternoons between 1.30pm and 3.20pm during school terms. It is a voluntary group, run by parents, whose children attend the sessions, we meet in the Parish Hall and parents/carers/grandparents are welcome to bring children aged 0 – school age. This group can often be the first point of contact for young families moving into the area or joining the parish.

Our Lady’s Gardens
For 2006 and 2007, Our Lady’s has received first prize in the Borough Best Kept Churchyard competition. We are fortunate to have a team of gardeners who volunteer their valuable spare time to keep the gardens and the cemetery looking very neat and tidy. Help is always needed from willing volunteers!

Nuneaton and District Catholic Fellowship (NDCF).
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NDCF is a National charity, which was originally founded as the Catholic Handicapped Children's Fellowship (CHCF) by Elizabeth Fitzroy in 1956. She recognised that the spiritual welfare of disabled children, particularly those with mental health problems, as well as their families, have special needs within the Church.

Our local NDCF branch organises pilgrimages, trips, social events and many different activities for those with physical, learning and sensory difficulties and their families, supporting children and adults alike.

Footsteps in Faith
This is a group for non-Catholics who would like to learn more about the faith and also Catholics who would like to refresh their faith. It meets Tuesdays (except during school holidays) at 8pm in the presbytery.  

The St. Vincent de Paul Society (SVP) (web link)
A group of parishioners who, in the spirit of St Vincent, give practical help to the needy.

 
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