The churches of All Saints Croydon, St Nicholas Arrington and St Andrews Orwell have all now re-opened for public worship. There are though still 2m physical distancing restrictions in place, which limits the number of people that can use the church at any one time. Orwell can seat at least 14 individuals but people in 'bubbles' may of course sit together. Masks are now going to be compulsory by the 9th August services. Everyone will have to use hand sanitiser before entering and a register will be taken in case of having to track people that have been exposed to Covid-19. Services will at first centre on using Morning Prayer, Eucharists (Holy Communion) will hopefully follow in time. Services at Barrington and Wimpole are expected to re-open for public worship at some time in the future.
Church of England Diocese of Ely Orwell