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Christmas Services 2023

Christmas Services here at Wymondham Abbey 2023

Wymondham Vintage Day

On Sunday 17th September 2023, the Abbey will be open from 12:00 – 16:00. There will be hourly short tours (around 20 minutes) starting at 12,1,2,3 and 4pm. There are also three tours to the bell tower. These are at 1:30, 2:45 and 4:00. In view of the number of visitors to the Abbey on…

Weekly Pew News

Here you will find our weekly Pew News sheet. This will be uploaded each week after Sundays Service. If you have any further questions please email the parish office on   Pew news 26 November 2023 19 November 2023

Wymondham Abbey Bells

We are so pleased to have the bells ringing at the Abbey on a regular basis.   We also, on occasion, have extra ringing sessions due to special services or when we have visiting bell ringers.   Where possible, we will post below any upcoming dates and times if we know well enough in advance.…

News regarding lighting up the Abbey

Unfortunatly our outside lighting which was used to illuminate the Abbey after dusk for special occasions and anniversaries has been condemed as is no longer working.  This is sad news but we will, in time, be looking at installing a new updated system so we can once again light up our beautiful Abbey however this…

Thursdays Baby & Toddler Group

Wymondham Abbey Baby and Toddler group meets every Thursday morning during term time (9.30-11.30am). There are lots of toys for the babies and children to play with, as well as a craft activities, messy play, singing, games and stories. We have teas and coffees for the grown ups (often cake too!), as well as snacks…

Getting married?

Getting Married at Wymondham Abbey or Holy Trinity Church, Spooner Row Many congratulations on your forthcoming marriage – and we are delighted that you are considering holding your wedding here. Please contact where one of our wedding team will be very pleased to help you begin making your wedding arrangements. We will discuss what…

Make a Bird Feeder this Spring

These are so easy to make and the birds love them. All you need is an clean empty tin (soup or baked beans etc) or an clean jar.  Collect some nice foliage from the garden or when your next out on a walk and glue to the outside of the tin or jar (I used…

Ten Minute Chocolate Chip Cookies

Let the children have a go at this one. This has been a firm favourite with our Abbey families, why don’t you give it a try – you wont regret it

Centering Presence

Centering presence teaches the ancient practice of Contemplative prayer. Deepen your understanding and your relationship with the God who loves you. This practice leads us towards the great Enlightenment of Christ Consciousness in nondual awareness. It is also relaxing refreshing and beautiful. Please join us on Tuesday mornings at 10:30 in the Abbey.