Twelve Towers Festival Quiet Days
As part of the Twelve Towers festival we are hosting two quiet days in the tranquill surroundings of Burgh church, led by Bishop Tony Footit on 7 June on the theme of nature, and Canon Andy Bryant (Canon for Mission and Pastoral Care, Norwich Cathedral) on 21 June, on the theme of still waters.
The Burgh Reading Rooms will be open for refreshments and, weather-permitting, there will be a opportunity to walk to Brampton church, just across the river and enjoy some time of quiet reflection there. Bring a packed lunch and soak up the peaceful atmosphere and stunning natural surroundings.
The £5 admission price ncludes refreshements (You can pay on the day). Please bring your own lunch.
The Twelve Towers Festival is a month-long celebration of the communities in and around Aylsham. It will showcase a varied array of events - ranging from heritage, culture and the arts; to spirituality, community and family fun.
The aims of the Festival are to give people opportunities to discover more about themselves and their communities, to affirm our rich and diverse heritage and culture of rural Norfolk and to celebrate the relationships and partnerships which support rural communities.
Organised by the churches that form the Aylsham & District Team Ministry, and in partnership with Broadland District Council and Norfolk Museums Service, the Festival promises to offer something for everyone.