Keeping you Safe

We are closely following all government guidelines to keep our guests and team as safe as possible.

Unfortunately this means that Foxhill will once again be temporarily closed from Thursday 5th November until lock-down restrictions are lifted. We thank you for your patience and understanding during this difficult time.


An Update from Revd. Jonathon Green in relation to Covid-19 restrictions and residential bookings:

Dear Friends,


It has been wonderful to welcome guests back to Foxhill for our day retreats over the past weeks. Sadly, we have had to take some difficult decisions following the latest COVID restrictions.


It has been agreed, that, regretfully, all residential activities must now pause until the 1st September 2021. The only exceptions are the planned diocesan residential events. Once the restrictions are lifted we will continue with day events. In addition, the woodlands and grounds at Foxhill will also remain closed until 1st September 2021.


These decisions have been taken with a heavy heart, but we feel that it is prudent considering the constantly changing guidelines.


Even when our doors are physically closed, we still remain the house of prayer, study and mission for the Diocese of Chester. The Foxhill Prayer Hub, a group of people from around the diocese, are fervently praying for you, our country and the diocese. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any prayer requests.


For the past months we have used the Northumbria Blessing as a part of our daily prayers in the Chapel and this is truly our prayer as we look forward to welcoming you once again through our doors.

May the peace of the Lord Christ go with you,
wherever He may send you.
May He guide you through the wilderness,
protect you through the storm.
May He bring you home rejoicing
at the wonders He has shown you.
May He bring you home rejoicing
once again into our doors.




We have created a Keeping you Safe document to inform you what we will be doing as a team and how you can help to play your part once we are able to welcome guests again.

To read the document, click here



Please do get in touch if you have any questions before your visit at and we will respond as soon as possible.

Please note due to reduced staffing levels, this may take slightly longer than usual.




Further updated information regarding Covid-19 can be found on the Church of England website:   the Diocese of Chester website:


We thank you for your continued support, understanding and patience as we work through this difficult time.