2022

Saturday, August 13 – Rickinghall Inferior

The Shakespeare Singers with Hexachordia will be presenting an unusual evening at Rickinghall Inferior in aid of the restoration fund. It is a celebration of women and fashion in words and music, old and new, starting at 6pm – and there’s no charge. The former girl choristers of St Edmundsbury Cathedral will be performing. There will be a retiring collection.

Sunday, August 14 – Croxton All Saints 

Afternoon tea – homemade bakes, and other items on sale for the church restoration fund.,

Sunday, September 11 –

Proms in a garden and special service

Geldeston’s Proms in a Garden and special service at St Andrew, Mutford (5pm)

The beautiful gardens at 76, The Street, Geldeston, near Beccles, will host the East Coast Sinfonietta under the baton of Frankie Ayers, led by Beverley McInnes.

The programme includes Land of Hope and Glory, Crown Imperial, Jerusalem, and many more favourites. It starts at 2pm and ends around 4pm.

Organised by the Geldeston PCC in aid of the restoration appeal, tickets cost £6 – from Take Note Music on 01502 217505 or email: tidingsmag@gmail.com or 01502 713384.

To mark the successful restoration of the round tower at St Andrew, Mutford, a special service will be held at 5pm. All welcome. 

Society’s Saturday church tours 
                               

All are welcome to join the tours, which start at 2.30pm.

August  6 –   Brandiston, Morton-on-the-Hill, Taverham (2.30pm)

September 3 –    Gissing, Shimpling, Long Stratton (2.30pm)

Norfolk Church Tours 2022

The final tour of the  season took place on July 17. 

Look out for the 2023 programme of Norfolk Church Tours. Details will be published early in the New Year.

The last tour on Sunday, July 17  to Southburgh, Woodrising, Cranworth and Shipdham also coincided with the 80th birthday of one of the guides, Richard Barham. He has been involved for the past 25 years or more alongside the Society’s secretary, ‘Lyn Stilgoe, assisted by Michael Pollitt. A special fruit cake was cut at Cranworth Church, which had been baked by his wife Pauline, for the occasion and was much enjoyed by all present.

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