Sunday, 4 March 2012

St. Peter's Church, Clippesby.

The beautiful, little Church at Clippesby is well worth a visit. It is around a thousand years old with Saxon, Norman, Mediaevial and Victorian influences all visible in it's stonework and the sturdy walls of Norfolk flint.

Clippesby shares its priests with the neighbouring parishes of Martham, Thurne and Repps-cum-Bastwick and, during this time of Lent especially, services are shared too. Tomorrow's service is in "The Cathedral of the Fleggs", the magnificent parish church of Martham. The service starts at 10-30am and Dr. Karen Mitchell a local GP will be the guest speaker.

The next service at Clippesby will be at 10-30 on the 11th of March, when our guest speaker will be John Mitchell. John farms at Hall Farm in the adjoining Broadland village of Repps-cum-Bastwick.

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