News, Reports and Photos of Events
in the Saxon Shore Benefice


Burnham Deepdale

Plant Stall at the gate
From Friday 29th March, the Plant Stall at Deepdale Farmhouse gate will start up again and run right through the spring and summer. If you have any plants to donate, they will be very gratefully received. Please drop them off at the Farmhouse with a label of some sort to say what they are. All proceeds will go to Deepdale Church building maintenance fund. This valuable source of revenue raised well over £500 last year and we're hoping to do even better this year. Many thanks.

Books in Deepdale church porch
We will have second hand books for sale from early April once the weather is a little warmer and drier. If you have some 'good reads' that you no longer want, we would love to have them. Large tomes, cookery and gardening books dont sell. Please recycle them elsewhere! If you need something to read, drop in and have a browse. All proceeds will go to Deepdale's building maintenance fund.

Burnham Deepdale and Titchwell

Round Tower Churches Society Tour
The society will be visiting Burnham Deepdale and Titchwell on Saturday 1 June. The tour begins at St Margaret's, Burnham Norton, close by, at 2.30pm moving on to St. Mary's, Burnham Deepdale at approximately 3.15pm. The final church, St. Mary's, Titchwell will be visited at about 4pm. Everyone is welcome to join, and the Tours are free, though donations are encouraged at every church. Tea will be provided by one of the churches during each afternoon. Further details from ‘Lyn Stilgoe 01328 738237.

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Regular events

Bell ringing at St. Mary's, Holme-next-the-Sea

There is usually ringing before each service starting 30 minutes before the service commences. Also there is a regular practice every Tuesday between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. where all ringers are most welcome.


For full details check out Ringing times at St. Mary's, Holme-next-the-Sea

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For more information regarding forthcoming events in the Saxon Shore Benefice please check out the Norfolk Link Magazine online.