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The Book of Condolence

National online books of condolence are being made available as a safe way for the public to leave messages of condolence.
You will be able to find these on the Church of England’s website: and

The Abbey will be open from 8.45am until 4.30pm daily

Flowers can be left outside, on the grass, to the left of the main entrance

Our thoughts and prayers are with Her Majesty and the Royal Family at this sad time.
We give thanks for the life of His Royal Highness, the Duke of Edinburgh and acknowledge a debt of gratitude for his outstanding service to this country and around the world.

May he rest in peace and rise with Christ in Glory.


The Reverend Canon Paul Williams, CStJ
Vicar of Tewkesbury Abbey


If you would like to to leave a message of condolence

If you would like to light a candle in memory of His Royal Highness, The Duke of Edinburgh

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The Nave of the Abbey is open for private prayer

and the Sacrament reserved on the High Altar

from 8.45am until 4.30pm daily


Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
9.00am        Morning Prayer

4.00pm       Evening Prayer

9.00am        Morning Prayer

12.30pm      Holy Communion
4.00pm       Evening Prayer

9.00am Morning Prayer

10.30am Holy Communion (lived streamed)
4.00pm Evening Prayer

Tickets are not required for the regular schedule of services

In line with Government and Church of England guidance, face coverings are required in the Abbey

The Quire and Ambulatory, along with
the Abbey Shop, Touching Souls Tea Room
and toilets, remain closed


 Prayer Tree

Join your prayers with ours. If you would like us to pray for you, someone you know or an issue that is concerning you click here and use the form to send us your prayer. Prayers left here will be included at our evening service.