The Parish of Cockington

Torquay, Devon, UK

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Population: xxxxx
Avg. Sunday attendance: xxx
Electoral Roll: xxx
Our Vicar:
The Rev. Preb. Anthony K F Macey Picture of our Vicar
Our Reader:
Mrs Pamela Macey Picture of our Vicar
Our Churchwardens:
Mr Geoff Harris Picture of our Vicar
Mrs Pam Holton Picture of our Vicar
Our Parish Secretary:
Mr Stephen A G Macey Picture of our Vicar
Our Parish Church:
The Church of St George & St Mary, Cockington Picture of our Vicar
Our Daughter Churches:
The Church of St Matthew, Chelston Picture of our Vicar
The Church of St Peter, Queensway Picture of our Vicar
Our Patron Saints:
The Blessed Virgin Mary - 15th August
St George - 23rd April
St Matthew - 21st September
St Peter - 29th June

THE PARISH OF COCKINGTON WIITHIN THE DEANERY OF TORBAY

The Parish of Cockington is an Anglican Parish in the Deanery of Torbay, Archdeaconry of Totnes and Diocese of Exeter The map to the right shows the position of the Parish of Cockington within the Deanery of Torbay.

Cockington only became a Parish in its own right in 1881. Until then the monks from nearby Torre Abbey would come across the fields to take services in the Parish Church.

Today the Parish of Cockington is one of the major tourist Parishes in Torquay with over 100 thousand people every year visiting the picturesque Parish Church.

The Parish consists of three Anglican Churches. Cockington Church, the Parish Church set in the beautiful grounds of Cockington Park. St Matthew's at the top of Walnut Road and St Peter's at the bottom of Queensway.


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