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Work is starting on St Mary's Church East Walton and the Church will be closed for a while. The monthly services on the first Sunday will now be held at Ashwicken with Holy Communion at 8.30 am.
The work is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, The National Churches Trust and further support from The Norfolk Churches Trust, The Round Tower Society, The Garfield Weston Foundation, and The Geoffrey Watling Charity.
Visitors will be very welcome and the Church now features on the "ExploreChurches web site" for "people who love Church buildings". You can visit their web site by clicking here. or visit www.explorechurches.org.
CONGRATULATIONS on CONFIRMATION
APRIL 1st at NORTH WOOTTON CHURCH
We especially welcome Craig, Daniel and Hannah to our Church family as they are confirmed by the Bishop of Lynn.
COME & SING with Julian Thomson
FRIDAY'S AT 10.00 AM fortnightly
ST MARY'S, GREAT MASSINGHAM
This is a good time toget together for a vocal warm-up with a variety of songs (sometimes preparing a
piece for a Sunday service). All welcome: contact Julian on 01485 520721
THURS. JUNE 27th. 7.30 pm - 9.00 pm
"LIVING ON A PRAYER" - PETITION
POTT ROW VILLAGE HALL
A series of 6 talks on "THE LORD'S PRAYER" on the last Thursday of the months of May, June, July, September, October and November.
SATURDAY 29th JUNE
WALKING THROUGH OUR PARISHES
On June 1st we did the first of our walks starting at East Walton and travilling through the fields of barley up to the piggeries.
What an interesting time with an outline of pig farming , a regular part of farm life here in Norfolk.
With friends old and new and here we see Chrissie with a piglet just a few days old.
It was a lovely way to spend an afternoon so do come along to our next walk at the end of the month in Harplety
with tea in David's garden at the finish.
SATURDAY 13th JULY 15.00 pm ASHWICKEN with REVD SUE MARTIN
SUNDAY 18th AUGUST 15.00 pm BAWSEY
© Chrissie Lines
SAT & SUN 29th & 30 th JUNE
EAST WALTON LIVING HISTORY FESTIVAL
A SPECTACULAR 2 DAYS OF EVENTS CELEBRATING THE VILLAGE AND ITS HISTORY
CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE ADVERT FOR THE FESTIVAL AND THEN JUST CLICK TO PLAY.
Included are exciting re-enactment groups including Romans, Saxons, Vikings, Mediaeval, Napoleonic, WW1 and 2. There will be lots of bangs, smoke and skirmishes. The re-enactors will set up camp where visitors can meet and interact with the historical characters. May be trying your hand at sword fighting or archery. Taste mediaeval bread or try writing with a quill.
6th JULY 10.30 - 12.00 pm
COFFEE & CAKE
ST ANDREW'S CHURCH, CONGHAM
SATURDAY 20th JULY 2019 2.00 - 4.30 pm
WORLD SNAIL RACING CHAMPIONSHIP and CONGHAM FETE
CONGHAM CRICKET GROUND
29/30/31 st July 10 - 12.00 pm
HC4U (Holiday Club 4 You)
GT MASSINGHAM VILLAGE HALL
SATURDAY 3rd AUGUST 1.30 - 4.00 pm
ROYDON'S "BIT OF A DO"
ALL SAINTS CHURCH, ROYDON
Roydon's "Bit of a Do" takes place on the Glebe field next to the Church. Help welcome, as would be gifts for prizes, cakes etc.
All the usual stalls and raffle. For further information or offers of help, please contact
SATURDAY 17th AUGUST 14.00 - 17.00 pm
TOWER OPEN DAY
ST BOTOLPH, GRIMSTON
SATURDAY 21st SEPTEMBER 19.30 pm
"LAST NIGHT of the PROMS" Bilton Silver Band
ST BOTOLPH'S CHURCH, GRIMSTON
WEDNESDAY 25th SEPTEMBER
BENEFICE COACH TRIP to ELY CATHEDRAL
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Serving the villages & people of Ashwicken with Leziate & Bawsey, Congham, East Walton, Gayton, Gayton Thorpe, Great Massingham and Little Massingham, Grimston, Harpley and Roydon all in Norfolk, England.
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Safeguarding: If you have a concern about a child or a vulnerable adult please contact the benefice Safeguarding Officer - Mrs Rachel Mellor 01553 636644 or the Dioscesan Safeguarding Advisor : 0344 800 8020 or if there is a risk of immediate harm call the Police on 999. More details at www.dioceseofnorwich.org/training/safeguarding.