WHAT IS GOING ON THIS MONTH?
Sunday, 5th March 10.30 a.m Morning Worship and Crafty Church
Friday, 17th March 9.30 a.m Short BCP Eucharist in St. Thomas's Chapel
Sunday, 19th March 10.30 a.m. Sung Eucharist
Sunday, 26th March 10.30 a.m Sung Eucharist for MOTHERING SUNDAY
Come and join us, even if you are not familiar with our services! Families are always welcome but particularly so on Mothering Sunday.
RINGING: Practices every Tuesday and Thursday at 7.30 p.m. Sunday ringing half an hour before the Sunday service.
ST. ANDREW'S SINGERS: Rehearsals in church on Wednesday afternoons at 2 p.m.
LENT LUNCHES: Every Wednesday in church during Lent 12 - 1.30. Homemade soup, bread and cheese. All welcome!
WW1 COMMEMORATIVE PEALS: 2nd, 4th, 17th and 30th March 2.30 - 5 p.m. This would have been a sad month for the village 100 years ago. Listen to the bells, see the exhibition and reflect over a cup of tea in peaceful surroundings.
Friday, 17th March : OPEN FOR TEA 2 - 4.30 p.m. Join us for a cup of tea and a slice of cake. All welcome!
Saturday, 25th March: MARCH MARKET: flowers, books, gifts 9 a.m. - 12 Buy a gift for Mothering Sunday, browse the books and enjoy Fiona's special Breakfast Baps!
READ ABOUT THE RECENTLY DISCOVERED ANGLO-SAXON GRAVES:
RECENTLY UPDATED PAGES
Tumbrill Restoration See the latest pictures of the Farmers Foundry Tumbrill
William Ainger Howman Not on the Roll of Honour in St Andrews
From the Bell Tower 2017: an illustrated version of the monthly column in "The Upper Wensum Diary".
The Wedding Fair If you are thinking about getting married in church, have a look at the pictures!
RYBURGH "THINK AND THANK" HERITAGE LOTTERY AWARD
We are delighted to have been awarded a £9,000 Heritage Lottery grant to help us participate more fully in the nation's WW1 commemorations and to conserve our colourful "Think and Thank" memorial screen. Since the grant was awarded in June 2104 we have been finding out what we can about the soldiers whose names are inscribed on it and researching local life during the war years. There have been plenty of opportunities for people to take part: workshops to investigate WW1 food, events to recreate the silk embroidered cards that were sent back from the Western Front as well as activities to record information about the past.
Click on the images below for further information:
- account of our WW1 events and activities
- cleaning the "Think and Thank" screen
- research into the families of the Ryburgh soldiers.
- WW1 music
- WW1 food
- WW1 silk embroidered cards
- WW1 commemorative peals
“THE THINK AND THANK PROJECT”: WHERE NEXT?
The project came to an end in June 2016 but the commemorative peals and research will continue.
Contact us if you would like to contribute memories that have been passed down or if you would like to take part in any of the activities.