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Wickhambrook Google Group - great for keeping up to date with news, info, items for sale etc from other members.

Apply to be added by sending an email to cb88online@gmail.com. Once confirmed as added (check junk mail folder) you will be able to send your news etc by sending emails to cb88online@googlegroups.com where your news etc will be distributed to everyone registered instantly.  To reply to posts you are interested in just click on your usual email reply as if you are sending a regular email and it will reach the sender.

Spread the word as this will only work with plenty of CB88 members so tell your friends, relatives and organisations who live within the CB8 area.

website last updated 24 March, 2014

Church Events and News

Churches together event

Churches Together Service
7th and 30th March

Churches Together service on the 7th March at 3pm for World Womens Day of Prayer at the URC conducted by Revd, Samantha White and March 30th service at the Methodist Church at 3.00pm conducted by Revd. Brin Singleton. All very welcome.


Walk of witness

Walk of Witness for Good Friday
Friday 18th April

Come and join us on our Good Friday Walk of Witness. Start at the United Reformed Church at 10 am walk to the Methodist Church where there will be a short Service followed by coffee and hot cross buns.

Easter Sunday
Sunday 20th April

Easter celebrations at the Methodist Church at 10.30 am led by Celia Hawley.
CHRIST IS RISEN


Messy Church
Saturday 26th April

Messy Church will be held at the Methodist Church from 10.30 am until 12.30 pm Anyone is welcome to join in messy fun and games. Come along and give us a try.


Fish and Chips

Fish and Chip Supper
Saturday 26th April

Fish and chip supper will be held on Saturday April 26th at 6.30 pm in the W.I. Hall tickets available from Pat Cash 01440 821511. All very welcome.


Coffee Morning and
Bring and Buy
Saturday 17th May

Coffee Morning and Bring and Buy at the Methodist Church in aid of Christian Aid. From 10 am to 12 midday. Cakes, plants, books, etc. Please come and support this worthy cause

Service for Christian Aid
Sunday 18th May

Christian Aid Service at the Methodist Church at 3pm led by Deacon Angleena Keizer. Refreshments will be served afte rthe Service. Everyone is very welcome


Traidcraft




Traidcraft Coffee Morning

Held on the first Saturday of every month from 10am til 12 noon at the Benefice Hall next to All Saints Church

Please feel free to drop by for a cup of coffee or tea and biscuits and the opportunity to buy some of the excellent Traidcraft produce, which includes teas, coffee, chocolate, biscuits, and a great deal more.

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All Saints Church

Find out about the services, events and history of All Saints Church.

Wickhambrook Cemetery

The Clerk to Wickhambrook Parish Council is the 'Clerk for Burials' who will advise you on any matter relating to burials in our cemetery.

Methodist Church

Wickhambrook Methodist Church is in the Ely & Newmarket Methodist Circuit and part of the East Anglian District.

United Reformed Church

Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals are conducted by our Minister, the Revd Samantha White, who is always willing to meet with enquirers.

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All Saints Church

All Saints Church

All Saints Church is part of the Bansfield Benefice and this beautiful Grade I listed church has played its part in Wickhambrook life for over 1000 years

Generations have been baptised at the Font, married at the Altar Steps and buried in the Churchyard

The Bansfield Benefice is currently in interregnum but has appointed Rev'd Brin Singleton as its next Rector.

More information including service dates and times can be found on the Bansfield Benefice website.

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The Cemetery

Wickhambrook Cemetery

The Clerk to Wickhambrook Parish Council is the 'Clerk for Burials'. He is always willing to advise you on any matter relating to burials in our cemetery etc.

You can also find out more details about the cemetery including fees, guidelines etc

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Methodist Church

Wickhambrook Methodist Church

Wickhambrook Methodist Church is in the Ely & Newmarket Methodist Circuit and part of the East Anglian District. The Superintendent is the Rev Barbara Garwood and she is based at Ely Methodist Church. The Minister for Wickhambrook is Deacon Angleena Keizer.

Our Senior Steward is Ivan Peacock who lives in Wickhambrook. The Superintendent organises local preachers to take most of our services and we have a rota system where every other month or so, all the churches within the old Newmarket circuit can join together for worship.

Both Superintendent Garwood and Deacon Keizer visit Wickhambrook to take services on a regular basis for and also cover weddings, christenings and other special events in our calendar.

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United Reformed Church

United Reformed Church

Our Meeting House, or Chapel, is known as the 'bottom chapel' because it is at the lower end of Cemetery Hill, at Meeting Green (which was formerly Meeting House Green).

The United Reformed Church was formed by uniting the Congregational and English Presbyterian Churches, later joined by The Churches of Christ.

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