Cribfest took place in November 2018 with a wonderful collection of Nativity scenes and local art projects on display. We had over 1,000 people come to visit.
On the 12th Nov. Suffolk Archaeology started a dig to prepare for the toilets at the rear of the church. This will cover the area or foot print of the toilets, approximately 23 square metres, and require soil to be removed to a depth of 1.2 metres. The purpose of the dig is to reveal … Continue reading Archaeological Excavation – St. Mary’s, Grundisburgh
The Clopton Poppy festival of Remembrance was well worth a visit. Not only did it pay a very fitting tribute to the 15 men from Clopton who gave their lives in the First World War, but provided a really interesting and thought provoking perspective on the events of the time.