Bawburgh Village

Church News

Forest Church at Queen's Hills


 The first Forest church service took place in October 2022 at Queen's Hills Forest Park outdoor classroom.This was worship in the wild and included free children's activities and craft, songs, fire pit and jacket potatoes. God blessed the event with a beautiful sunny autumn day as can be seen from the photo, which was taken by Tony Perry. Thanks Tony.  For details of further Forest Church events see Church Noticeboard



Friends of Bawburgh Church

As of February 2023, Caroline Blake is stepping down as chair of the Friends of Bawburgh Church. She has lead the team since its inception in 2019 and has raised about £8,000 for church repairs. She thanks everyone who has supported 'the friends' and in turn the church would like to thank her for all her hard work. If you are interested in taking over the position, please drop Caroline an email and she will discuss the role in detail. Contact details

 Bawburgh Churchyard

The PCC would like to express huge thanks to Mark and Holly Tudor, and all the family for making a wonderful difference to the churchyard, cutting and clearing and raking etc. Thankyou for all your hard work. It is much appreciated by us and those visiting the church. Two Victorian 'pebble' graves have been exposed, thanks to their work. The churchyard looks tidy once more, as evidenced in the photo taken in October by the Tudors.

Harvest Supper 6th October 2023


Thank you to all who came and supported the Harvest Supper - it was very enjoyable, especially all the delicious puddings kindly supplied! Also thank you so much to all who helped cooking, setting up and clearing away, piles of washing up and finally the bar!. We made £125 for the church which will go into the fabric fund. Photo with thanks to Tony Perry.








St Walstan's Day 2023

St Walstan's Day 2023 took place at Bawburgh Church on the 28 May. We were blessed with a brilliant day with sunshine and warmth. The Bishop of Norwich, Rt Rev Graham Usher,  presided over the service which included the traditional pilgrimage to the well, led by Jacob, Rev. Laura's.son The Bishop joined us afterwards for the Bring and Share lunch at Marlingford Village Hall. This really was a joint Benefice effort as Bawburgh Church no longer has a Church Warden. The Benefice joined together to make sure the day was a success. Thank you for all those who made it such a success.