Recent Events


On the evening of Thursday 12th October 2017, we held our Patronal Festival to celebrate Saint Wilfrid’s Birthday.   There was a Concelebrated Mass with Bishop Glyn Webster, Bishop of Beverley as the Principal Celebrant & Preacher.

The Service was attended by over 200 people, including some 40 children from our School, Branton Saint Wilfrid’s Church of England Primary School.   Their ‘Jubilate’ Choir sang beautifully during the Service.

Also during the Service, Bishop Glyn confirmed seven candidates:

Before the Service, Bishop Glyn blessed the new Bishop’s Chair and a new Altar Frontal, the latter donated by George & Gill Armitage to mark their Golden Wedding Anniversary.

The fabric of the Altar Frontal is based on an original design by Sir Ninian Comper.   Our Church is one of the finest examples of the work of Sir Ninian Comper in a mediaeval Church.


Once again the ladies of Saint Wilfrid’s Flower Club have created magnificent displays of flowers in Autumnal colours to celebrate Harvest Thanksgiving

We are most grateful for all the donations of food and fruit, by members of the congregation shown below:

All these were transferred to our School – Branton Saint Wilfrid’s Church of England Primary School – where a Service was held on the afternoon of Monday 2nd October 2017.   Following the Service, all the produce donated in Church and by the parents, children and teachers at the School was auctioned and the proceeds will be donated to Charity.

Below are some of the floral displays created for the occasion:

The South Porch Entrance to Church

Inside the Main Entrance:


 The Lectern:

The Altar:   


The Statue of Mary:

 The Statue of Saint George:         


The Organ:

 The Columns:

……and finally, Pews in the North Aisle:

Can you spot the bird?!!


Our ‘Tuesday Church for Children’ taking part in the Annual Children’s Pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady at Walsingham – March 2017

Palm Sunday Procession – Sunday 9th April 2017

Maundy Thursday – Altar of Repose – Thursday 13th April 2017

 Good Friday – Easter Garden built by the Children – Friday 14th April 2017

East can only mean one thing – the Lilies are in Church!    Click on the picture below to see all about them.