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Making room for swifts


Would summer be the same without swift ‘screaming parties’ as they fly overhead? Surely this is something that would be truly missed if we lost these amazing birds that are […]


Supporting Bereaved Children and Young People

The Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham Walsingham, Norfolk

Dedicated to supporting children and young people, the day is led by three speakers who have much experience in delivering support, care and advice. The booking fee of £20 is […]


Craft Fayre & Plant Sale at St. Andrew’s church, Felmingham

St. Andrew's Church, Felmingham St. Andrew's Church, Church Road, Felmingham

Local crafters displaying and selling their items, from candles to cushions, vintage and recycled items, woodwork to resin. Plants locally grown are also for sale. Teas, coffees and cakes available.

Super Swing Band

Join us on Saturday 18th May for the return of the Super Swing Band at East Harling Parish Church 7-11pm. Music from the 40s and 50s. Come and listen or […]


Collective Worship Network

Collective Worship is designed to be the heartbeat of any school day and this half day network gives an opportunity to explore best practice. This session offers the opportunity to […]


Upton Village Fete

Upton (nr Acle) Village Hall

An afternoon of fun for all ages! Raising funds for St. Margaret's Church Upton. Music - fun stalls - games ' raffle - refreshments children's entertainment and much more to […]

Free entry

Sight Loss Friendly Church (SLFC) Q&A


Sight Loss Friendly Church (SLFC) is our exciting initiative to help churches to become accessible for people with sight loss. SLFC are providing some free sessions on Zoom for churches […]


The use of Art and Images in RE

RE is a creative subject! Often RE can seem hard to access and hard for many children to visualise. This half day course will explore how images and artwork can […]


Summer Drinks in the Garden

All are invited to spend a pleasant evening in the garden of Erpingham House to help raise funds for the restoration of windows in St. Mary's Church, Erpingham. Entry by […]