St Anne, Radcliffe-on-Trent and Bingham

Situated in the heart of Radcliffe-on-Trent, we also serve the market town of Bingham and surrounding villages. We are a Catholic community called to proclaim and teach the Good News.
We worship in joy and gratitude.
We welcome the stranger and we serve the needs of all, body and spirit.
We strive for social justice, harmony and peace throughout the world, Our doors are always open and all are welcome.

St Anne, Radcliffe-on–Trent and Bingham

Following the first world war, Radcliffe developed in to a dormitory suburb of Nottingham. The new settlers contained an average proportion of Catholics for whom, in 1938, Fr Woodbridge of West Bridgford opened a Mass-centre in ‘The Lodge’ at Wharfe End. In 1940 a corrugated-iron building in Shelford Road was bought and dedicated to The English Martyrs. Sunday Mass was said monthly until 1948; after which date it was said every week in a chapel which soon proved to be inadequate for the numbers of its congregation.  The current church was “opened, blessed and dedicated to St. Anne” on 26 July 1962. The original intention was this should become the parish hall once a church had been built.  This intention was never fulfilled and the hall has remained the church.  However, it has been altered and extended over the years and now has catering facilities, a meeting room and extra seating all of which were provided in 1982  In the 1990s, the presbytery was extended, adding an office and a small reception room. A new sacristy was also built on to the hall.  Finally, on 26 July 2002, the fortieth anniversary of its dedication, it was consecrated by Bishop McMahon.

The following priests served at St Anne’s until the parish became part of the new Parish of the Annunciation in March 2023

1963 – 1974    Fr P Wilson
1974 – 1976    Fr F McLoughlin
1977 – 1995    Fr D Daly
1995 – 2022   Fr A Franey
2022 –  2023    Fr J Martin

Extract from ‘Good News for the East Midlands’ compiled by Canon Anthony Dolan

St Anne, Radcliffe-on–Trent and Bingham

Weekend Masses
Saturday 4.30 PM
Sunday 9 AM

Weekday Masses
Monday 9.30 AM
Friday 12 PM

Sunday 9am (before Mass)

Confessions (Every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month)
Saturday 3.30 – 4.15 PM

St Anne Friday refreshments after Mass

We recommence light refreshments after 12 midday Friday Mass on January 5th. We look forward to welcoming you back! 

Bereavement Listening Hour

The next meeting  will be held on Wednesday 12th June from 11-12am in the Meeting Room at St Anne. The group meets on the second Wednesday of each month. Whether you are recently bereaved or have suffered the loss of a loved one some time ago you will be made most welcome.  

Pentecost Sunday at St Anne at 9:00am

We are looking forward to welcoming musicians from Holy Spirit who will be providing the music for our Mass. There will be some familiar tunes along with some new ones; there will be an opportunity to familiarise yourself with the hymns as they will be having a short practice with us before Mass (from around 8:30). Please come and give your support it, will be great to see you!   

St Anne’s Ecumenical Service of worship and prayer for the churches in Radcliffe 

It is on Sunday 26th May at 4.00pm. ALL are welcome. We should be especially grateful for any donations of cakes or biscuits for refreshments afterwards. Please contact Celia or Christine.

Parish Ministry Groups

“Now there are varieties of gifts, but the same Spirit; and there are varieties of service, but the same Lord” (1 Corinthians 4-6)

Our church is enriched by the many people who undertake a variety of ministries freely giving their time and energies. Many others undertake often unrecognised acts of kindness and generosity day by day living the gospel by their actions

Volunteers are welcome. If you would like to offer your time and talents by helping in any of the ministries listed, please contact a member of our church team.


Distributing Holy Communion at Mass, leading Services of the Word and taking Holy Communion to the sick and housebound


Read the Holy Scriptures at Mass       


Caring for vestments and sacred vessels, setting out vestments and preparing the sanctuary before services


Ensuring all worshippers receive a warm welcome as they arrive whilst monitoring attendance at weekend Masses.


Setting up and operating online streaming for Sunday Mass and occasional other services.


Helping with the counting of the weekly collections.


Leading child centred activities for young people during the first part of Sunday Mass.


Assisting in the provision of music at Mass and other liturgies.


Caring for the spiritual and physical needs of vulnerable, sick and housebound parishioners.


Connecting with young people and supporting them on their faith journey.


Providing refreshments after Sunday Mass and Friday Mass.


Providing and arranging flowers for the sanctuary and other areas of the church.


Managing routine maintenance and cleaning of the church buildings and tending the gardens.

Bringing people in the community together and supporting good causes is a high priority for the Parish of the Annunciation and here at St Anne we play our part. Our Social Committee plans various activities
during the year. These include A Christmas Fayre. a parish lunch and summer barbecues. Ideas for other activities are always welcomed.

Refreshments after Sunday Mass
All our welcome to join us after 9.30 Mass each Sunday for tea, coffee, biscuits and occasionally, cake!

Friday lunchtime refreshments
Mass is normally celebrated at noon on Friday. Alternatively, A Service of the Word and Holy Communion is held. Following the noon service, you are welcome to join us for lunchtime refreshments. Soup, sandwiches or scones are available depending on the season. A small donation is appreciated.

Bereavement Listening Hour – Second Wednesday of each month
The group meets on the second Wednesday of each month in the Meeting Room at St Anne’s. Whether you are recently bereaved or have suffered the loss of a loved one some time ago, you will be made most welcome. Open to those of all faiths or none.

Winter Welcome Spaces- A Radcliffe – wide Initiative
Last winter, conscious of the cost of living and the high cost of fuel, we provided a safe space to members of the local community. Together with other churches at a number of locations, we opened our doors weekly to
anyone in need of company. We hope to open our doors again during the coming winter starting in November. We hope that more parishioners will feel
able join us for a chat if they have time.