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St Augustine’s is blessed to have positive and flourishing links with various institutions and organisations within the Whitton community and widely within Richmond Borough.  Our aim is to make a positive impact on the community, provide space for people to come together, share their experiences, beliefs, and values, and support the well-being of those in need. 

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Bishop Perrin School

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St Augustine's has had a long and strong relationship with Bishop Perrin School, which goes back to the very beginning of the Church in 1935 when the first church community used to worship in the school hall before the present church was built and opened in 1958. For more information about Bishop Perrin Church of England Primary School visit the school website.

Heathfield School

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St Augustine’s has a well-established relationship with Heathfield, which includes opportunities to host class learning visits to the church, and do class and school assemblies on key Christian events as part of Religious Education. Read more about Heathfield here.

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St Augustine Community Care Trust, known as Homelink, is a day respite centre supporting carers of any age who give help and care to a partner, relative, friend or neighbour who cannot manage without their help. This could be because of age, disability, physical and/or mental illness.​ They serve the people who have someone that they are caring for in the Whitton, Hounslow Borders, Twickenham, Hampton and Teddington areas.​

Homelink was set up in 1997 through the efforts of the Incumbent and the parishioners of St. Augustine Church in Whitton who, having identified the need for respite care in the local community, raised the funds necessary to build St Augustine’s Church Hall to operate as the centre to serve the local community as its outreach.

The service continued to operate from the church hall until 2015, when they received funding from The Department of Health and Richmond Borough Council amongst other funders, to build the dedicated purpose-built Homelink Centre that they operate from today. St. Augustine’s Church allowed the Centre to be built upon it’s land and operate rent free, and the Church continues to work in partnership and benefit from their support.


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We have Rainbow (ages 5-7), Brownie (7-10) and Guide (10-14) Units meeting in St Augustine’s Church Hall weekly during term time.

All units are very popular and hold waiting to join lists and we are always keen to meet new volunteers willing to help run the meetings.

If you would like to register your daughter please visit the Girlguiding website.

For any inquiries please contact

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