The Gussages:


The parish of The Gussages has recently been formed by joining the parishes of Gussage All Saints and Gussage St Michael.

Church Wardens

Chris Payne

Peter Bending

If you would like to get in touch with the Church Wardens, please email gusschurchwardens@kcb.org.uk

Gussage All Saints


The village lies in a vale on Cranborne Chase, 8 miles North-East of Blandford Forum and 10 miles North of Wimborne Minster.  The parish church originates from the Decorated Period (1290-1350) and mercifully benefited from one of the more tasteful Victorian makeovers.

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Gussage St Michael


The village lies in a vale on Cranborne Chase, 10 miles North-East of Blandford Forum and 14 miles South-West of Salisbury (Wiltshire).  Built amidst the ruins of a Saxon church, the oldest part of the present church of St Michael and All Saints is the embattled tower, whose base is 12th century with later additions in the 14th and 15th centuries.