At St Peter’s Church, Horningsea
Sunday 1 October at 9am: Holy Communion
Sunday 8 October at 11am: Harvest Festival
Sunday 15 October at 9am: Holy Communion
Sunday 22 October at 11am: Morning Worship
Sunday 29 October at 10am: Holy Communion at Teversham (no service in Horningsea)
Thursday 2 November at 7.30pm at Fen Ditton:
All Souls Day Service for those who are bereaved – come and light a candle
|September 9, 2017|
|10:00 am||to||6:00 pm|
At St Peter’s church, Horningsea
This ancient church was heavily made over by “trendy” Victorian architect Thomas Jekyll, a friend of Whistler and Pugin. He lifted the roof, designed the gates and made the choir pews with individual carvings of wild flowers. Come and see his work and an exhibition of his drawings. See “before” and “after” photographs of the Church in the 1880’s.
From 10am until midday: Have a go at bellringing.
This is your chance if you always wondered what it feels like to ring a bell!
Between 2 and 4pm there will be short talks on:
Farming in Victorian Horningsea,
A Good Victorian read,
Jekyll’s Flower carvings in Horningsea Church and
The Coprolite industry in Fen Ditton and Horningsea
Bring along your own Victoriana and please feel free to dress up!
Refreshments served all day
All at St Peter’s church, Horningsea (unless stated)
Sunday 3rd September at 9am: Holy Communion
Sunday 10th September at 11am: Morning Worship
Sunday 17th September at 10am: Fen Ditton 800 Service led by the Bishop of Ely
(Note change of date. No service in Horningsea)
Sunday 24th September at 10am: Morning Worship
Sunday 1st October at 9am: Holy Communion
Here’s the Horningsea Herald for September 2017.
As our summer draws to a close there’s still a hectic calendar of events to fit in.
|August 29, 2017|
|6:30 pm||to||8:30 pm|
Join Fenland botanist Jonathan Graham and Pete Case from Freshwater Habitats Trust to learn more about why Quy Fen is such a special site for wetland plants.
Meet at Horningsea-Clayhithe road layby (just north of the village of Horningsea) postcode CB25 9JD at 6:30pm for a guided walk around the site lasting approx. 2 hrs.