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Services and Amenities

Sculthorpe Village Hall

 

Sculthorpe Village Hall runs various regular classes and holds community events. 

For more information or to book the hall please contact

Vyv Mathews  

01328 851985 

vyv_5cw@yahoo.co.uk

sculthorpevillage.wordpress.com 

Defibrillator

 

There is a defibrillator located on the front of the village hall wall, next to the main entrance doors.

Speed Watch

The Speed Watch team is made up of local volunteers.  The co-ordinator is Vyv Matthews.  If you are interested in joining the Speed Watch team please contact Vyv on 01328 851985.

Sculthorpe CEVA Primary School

Creake Road, Sculthorpe, Fakenham NR21 9NQ

Phone01328 862704

wrsps.co.uk/sculthorpe

Saint Mary and All Saints Sculthorpe Church

 

Church Services

Please check the church notice board or parish magazine to confirm service times.

We usually have a service at 11 am on Sundays. These alternate between:

The Holy Eucharist (Common Worship) on 1st and 3rd Sundays
Morning Worship (Common Worship) on 2nd and 4th Sundays
on the Fifth Sunday a service takes place at one of the churches in the Benefice at 10 am.

 

It is also possible to find the most up-to-date information about Sunday services on the Benefice calendar at www.southcreake.org

 

Churchyard

The churchyard needs to be brought in line with diocesan regulations. A full copy of the regulations is available for consultation on the notice board inside the church and a summary is on display in the church porch. In brief these regulations state that:

Bulbs and small annual plants may be planted in the soil of a grave being within the area previously excavated. Plants or flowers may be placed in a removable sunken container (preferably of unpolished aluminium)..

Wreaths or cut flowers may be laid direct on any grave or in any vase authorised by the regulations. Where a vase incorporated into the headstone has ceased to be used, the PCC may insert a matching core…

No artificial flowers (other than “silk” flowers i.e. having a mixture of polyester/cotton) may be placed in the churchyard..Otherwise than as stated above no object or other thing may be placed upon or near a grave…

The PCC has agreed that after the end of April anything not permitted by the diocesan regulations will be removed.

You’ll find the Parish Church of St Mary and All Saints near where Moor Lane joins Creake Road.  

Our address is:
Creake Road, Sculthorpe,
Fakenham, Norfolk,
NR21 9NJ

The Grid Reference is TF 899319

 

The Church Parish of Sculthorpe is of the Benefice of North Creake, South Creake with Waterden, Syderstone with Barmer, and Sculthorpe
in the Diocese of Norwich, Church of England.

 

Fr Clive Wylie can be contacted at The Rectory in South Creake, at:
18 Front Street, South Creake,
Fakenham, Norfolk,
NR21 9PE
Phone: 01328 823293

rector.creakes@icloud.com

Christenings, Weddings, Funerals and other personal services

Please contact Fr Clive Wylie (contact details above)

www.sculthorpe.org.uk

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Francis Beckham Trust - Allotments

The allotments are run by the Francis Beckham Trust.

The cost of an allotment is £10.00 per year renewable in October.  Please contact David Smith

Francis Beckham Trust - Almshouses

The Almshouses are run by the Francis Beckham Trust.  Please contact David Smith

SVAG (Sculthorpe Action Group)

There are no current projects.

Sculthorpe Businesses

Local businesses:

The Aviator

Sculthorpe Mill

Hawk & Owl Trust

Del's Nursery

Cranmer House Holiday Cottages

Sculthorpe Bowls Club
Creake Road, Sculthorpe, 
For membership enquiries or more information please contact Roger Kerrison
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