Tivetshall church open
Tivetshall St Margaret Church is taking part in the Norfolk Open Churches Week from Saturday until August 10. It will be open every day to visitors, who last month included David Dimbleby and a film crew for his series, Seven Ages of Britain.
Tivetshall St Margaret Church is taking part in the Norfolk Open Churches Week from
Saturday until August 10. It will be open every day to visitors, who last month included David Dimbleby and a film crew for his series, Seven Ages of Britain.
Tivetshall houses an Elizabethan royal arms tympanum, unique for its size and heraldic detail.
Throughout the week there is an exhibition of photos on the themes Village History and Memories; Churchyard Wildlife; and High Days and Holidays.
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There will be a new children's church trail leaflet, a leaflet showing a circular walk taking in the ruined church of Tivetshall St Mary, and a second-hand book stall.
This Saturday (10am-6pm) and Sunday (noon-6pm) tea and cakes will be avail-able, with soup and rolls on sale from noon to 2.30pm both days.
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