Church of England Diocese of Norwich Barton Turf

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

There is an accessible toilet with two sinks, one low level and an emergency cord.

There is a large car park near to the church and an overflow should in a nearby field should it be required. A car can be driven close to the church door.

There is an accessible toilet with two sinks, one low level and an emergency cord.

There is a large car park near to the church and an overflow should in a nearby field should it be required. A car can be driven close to the church door.

There is a defibrillator at Barton Staithe which is a five minute drive away.

There is a moveable ramp enabling access to the Chancel. A wheelchair can be found in the Belfry should it be required.

The church is fitted with a hearing loop.

We have a magnifying sheet and are are looking into providing books with large print.

Assistant dogs are welcome in the church.


Our Building

Our church is Grade One.


Music and Worship

There is a ring of six bells, Friday night is practice night and for details please ring 01692 536183

Our church is known for its' good acoustics and many concerts have taken place in its' history. Should you wish to make use of the church for this purpose, please contact a church warden.

Organ

Our service on the first Sunday of the month uses the Book of Common Prayer. it is also used for Evensong/Prayer. See services for further information.

The choir rehearses on a Thursday evening. Please contact a church warden for details.


Groups, Courses and Activities

Brass Rubbing

Help for Visitors

Guided Tours

A comprehensive church guide can be purchased for £3.
"Through all the changing scenes of life", take a walk round the church with friends through the ages. A children's trail is also available and can be taken away.

We have a 'self serve' tea and coffee facility.

Our church is is locked overnight but open from 9 am to 4 pm during the winter months.


Other Features

We are a collection point for the Norwch Foodbank which gives three days of emergency food to individuals and families in crisis. See heading 'pages and links'.

Conservation Area