The Cathedral of the Marshes
Holy Trinity, Blythburgh is offering a new service. But this one doesn’t involve hymns, prayers or a sermon! Thanks to local resident Colin Huggins, we’re able to provide a free, general interest tour of the church every Thursday at 11am. There’s no need to book, you simply turn up in the church porch. Children are welcome, but they must be accompanied by an adult throughout the tour. If you’d like to know more, call or text Colin on 0750 8888 460.
Aug. 3 - 4, 2019
Blythburgh Day this year will be celebrating, not only a vibrant community but an artistic one. The Blythburgh Summer Exhibition will be on display in the iconic church of Holy Trinity: the Cathedral of the Marshes. It will include art and craftwork by 14 local artists, from painting to pots, from sculpture to sewing and much beside. The exhibition – which is free – will open on Saturday 3 August from 9am to 6pm and again on Sunday 4 August from 9am, to coincide with the village festival, Blythburgh Day. It will close with the hugely appreciated service of Choral Evensong led by the Blythburgh Singers.
Aug. 21 - 26, 2019
'The annual exhibition presents contemporary art which is “Inspired by Becker” and made by artists from across East Anglia who share a deep respect for the work of Harry Becker (1865-1928). Becker lived and worked in the Blythburgh/Wenhaston area and is buried at Holy Trinity.
Fri, Aug. 30, 2019 10:30am — 12:00pm
Our regular monthly community event on the last Friday of each month.