PCC News - Issue 15
Articles in this issue...
Managing churchyards for wildlife – Do’s and Don’ts
The do's and don'ts for managing churchyards for wildlife
Norfolk Wildlife Trust Churchyard Conservation Scheme
Norfolk was historically rich in lowland meadows and the beautiful and diverse displays of wildflowers that this ancient habitat supports.
Engaging with our local school through wildlife survey
In common with most country churchyards, All Saints’ in Stibbard has its fair share of wildlife.
Diversity and abundance for visitors to explore
The churchyard of All Saints, Hethel, is a remnant of the ancient meadows, flower-rich grasslands, which were once widespread but are now disappearing at an alarming rate due to development, overgrazing, ploughing or by herbicide and fertiliser usage.
Yare Valley Churches tackles social isolation
Over recent years in Broadland there have been improvements to the provision that many communities offer for the elderly, particularly those who are living alone.
Village Car Scheme is a ‘God Send’
The Ludham Village Car Scheme (LVCS), suggested by a previous incumbent, is now in its 8th year.
Community Library in a Nissen Hut
In 2005 the church here in Sea Palling decided to upgrade a WW2 Nissen Hut to use for all manner of events.
PCC Away Days – Time to take the long view
John F Kennedy, visiting the NASA space centre, needed a comfort break – and then got lost.
Going for Growth in Eaton
Last year, 2018, was a very special year for St Andrew’s Eaton: the 25th Anniversary of the consecration of our new church building, and also the 700th Anniversary of the arrival of the first known vicar.
Finding solutions for bats and church buildings
Bats can be found in most historic churches in England, often in such small numbers that they go unnoticed.
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