Church of England Diocese of Ely Wood Ditton

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St Mary's, WooddittonSt Mary's, Woodditton

Woodditton is an ancient village, first mentioned in an instrument of King Canute, and in Domesday Book. The present church has been a feature of the village for over 500 years. Parts of the north aisle are 14th century. The church was vandalised by Cromwell's men, but thankfully not razed. Notable features include a beautiful brass and a unique "˜dripping pan' gravestone.

The bells were restored in 1984, having been silent for 28 years. They are now rung for practice on Tuesday evenings and at weddings and services by a very enthusiastic team. A programme of internal reordering of the porch and the tower areas to make space for children's activities, a kitchen and toilet, is in progr


Woodditton is an ancient village, first mentioned in an instrument of King Canute, and in Domesday Book. The present church has been a feature of the village for over 500 years. Parts of the north aisle are 14th century. The church was vandalised by Cromwell's men, but thankfully not razed. Notable features include a beautiful brass and a unique "˜dripping pan' gravestone.

The bells were restored in 1984, having been silent for 28 years. They are now rung for practice on Tuesday evenings and at weddings and services by a very enthusiastic team. A programme of internal reordering of the porch and the tower areas to make space for children's activities, a kitchen and toilet, is in progr

Vicarage Lane
Woodditton
Cambridge
CB8 9SE

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