St Mary's, Woodditton
Woodditton is an ancient village, first mentioned in an instrument of King Canute, and in Domesday Book. The present church has been a feature of the village for over 500 years. Parts of the north aisle are 14th century. The church was vandalised by Cromwell’s men, but thankfully not razed. Notable features include a beautiful brass and a unique ‘dripping pan’ gravestone.
The bells were restored in 1984, having been silent for 28 years. They are now rung for practice on Tuesday evenings and at weddings and services by a very enthusiastic team. A programme of internal reordering of the porch and the tower areas to make space for children’s activities, a kitchen and toilet, has recently been completed.
Please refer to the diary page(s) for forthcoming services and events
|Churchwardens:||Sheila Bailey 01638 730815|
|Gillian White 01638 662044
Tony White 01638 662044
A sociable and outward-looking church, St Marys hosts picnics and barbecues in the Summer and holds fundraising events for Open Door, a local charity, and Tearfund. The church is locked during the week but visitors are welcome to borrow a key from a churchwarden.
|Special Dates for 2013|
|Nativity Musical - 'The Nativity'|