Welcome to
St. Hugh’s, Quethiock


  • Sunday, 21st July 11:30am Cluster Service St. Ive
  • Ploughman’s and Puds 26th July 12-1:30pm in the Parish Hall
  • Heritage Weekend 21/22nd September – Keep the date!
  • A folder showing how to locate graves and other memorials in St. Hugh’s and the churchyard is now available to visitors at the back of the church. An alphabetical list of memorials, and other information, is available here.

St. Hugh’s is the parish church of Quethiock, a parish in South-East Cornwall with a large area but small population . The dedication is to St. Hugh of Lincoln, a popular, newly canonised saint in the 13th and 14th centuries. However, the church itself is 12th century and the site no doubt of religious significance for a few hundred years before that. Further information on the history of St. Hugh’s can be found on the Heritage page and in the downloadable Self-Guided Tour leaflet. St. Hugh’s is part of the Tribute Cluster of neighbouring churches. A service is held at St. Hugh’s most Sundays, followed by coffee and a chance to socialise, and anyone is very welcome to attend. Baptisms, weddings and funerals can be arranged by contacting the churchwarden and vicar – see Contact page.

If you are interested in ancestors who may have lived in Quethiock Parish in the past, please go to the Heritage page where there are more details as to how we may be able to help you.

Use the links below to find out more about St. Hugh’s. “Hello from St. Hugh’s” is a bi-monthly newsletter which is available to all households in the parish.