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Group Leader:

Ralph Brighton

Telephone:

01284 703969 / ralphbrighton@hotmail.com

Meets:

2.00p.m. 4th Tuesday

Where:

Various - see below

Status:

Vacancies

Notes:

Contact group leader for venues

CHURCH VISITS

Aims:  We aim to explore the great heritage of history, beauty and antiquity to be found in our local churches  Even a short visit can be an adventure of discovery and delight. This has led us to realise that there is no such thing as an ordinary church.  Every church is unique.  We marvel at the skill and craftsmanship displayed in the architecture, carvings and stained glass to be found even in the smallest churches and throughout all periods of history up to and including the present day.

Arrangements:  We visit one or two churches in a given locality commencing at 2 pm on the 4th Tuesday of each month.

Venues: The venues for the next visit are announced at each church crawl.  These details are also posted on the notice board at Monday morning Monthly Lecture Meetings in Thurston Community Centre.  The group is open-ended.  All are welcome.

The group at Hawstead Church on 24 February 2015


2pm, Tuesday 27th November 2018


  St John the Baptist, Needham Market [IP6 8AE]

allow 40 mins. from Bury including 5 minute walk


Take A14 towards Ipswich, exiting at Junction 50 [signposted Stowmarket/A1120]. At roundabout take 3rd exit [s/p Stowmarket] and after 300 yds. at roundabout take 1st exit [A1120]. In ½ mile at traffic lights bear L [s/p Needham Mkt 2]. After entering town, in ½ mile and just before church on L, turn R into Barretts Lane [s/p long stay car park]. In 200 yds. turn R into Hurstlea Road. Free car park on L in 200 yds. Walk back to church [5 mins]


Ralph Brighton, convenor.

[ ralphbrighton@hotmail.com tel. 01284 703969 /mob. 07789 084727 ]


 Two web sites I’ve come across recently which may be of interest to you.....

            www.vidimus.org.uk - an on-line magazine devoted to medieval stained glass (featuring an article on Long Melford church )

            www.angelsandpinnacles.org.uk - focusing on many Suffolk churches