Bawburgh: St Mary & St Walstan, Bawburgh

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Our round tower Church is set above the River Yare looking down on the village of Bawburgh.                                                                                                                                                                                                                         The congregation is open and welcoming and our style of services reflect this. A children's area is provided.                                                                                    

Pilgrims have been visiting the church and St.Walstan's well for nearly 1000 years.   St. Walstan's day is celebrated in May each year with a festival service and the blessing of the well.

Church news and services can be found on the Bawburgh Village website

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A Church Near You ID (venue number): 2629
Style of worship: Central
Archdeaconry: LYNN (263)
Deanery: DEREHAM IN MITFORD (26310)
Parish Legal Name: Bawburgh (260306 )
CofE Church Info: (626306 26/306)
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This page was last updated on Saturday 26th November 2016
Bawburgh: St Mary & St Walstan : Church Street, Bawburgh, Norfolk, NR9 3LT

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