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Free Weekly Tours 

Holy Trinity, Blythburgh's popular free, general interest tours are provided thanks to local resident Colin Huggins and take place every Thursday at 11am. Children are welcome, but they must be accompanied by an adult throughout the tour. If you’d like to join a tour you can just turn up. If you have any questions, please call or text Colin on 0750 8888 460

Click here for Tour Photograph from February 2020 


Coffee & Cake

The ever-popular Blythburgh café and minimarket – the village hub – is back in full swing on Friday 26 April: 10.30-12. Thereafter, on the last Friday of every month.

Running the Church

We’re holding our Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM) on Tuesday 21 May at 7pm in the church. Meryl Doney is standing down as Church Warden so we’re looking for a new recruit. If you’re on the Church Electoral Roll you can vote on matters at the APCM.

Choral treat

On Saturday 25 May at 7.30pm, enjoy an evening of uplifting choral music entitled ‘Where’er You Walk’ with Voxcetera Chamber Choir. The concert will open with a celebration of sacred music spanning 400 years. The second half features secular songs on a theme of journeys and travel, including arrangements of folk and pop as well as the beautifully haunting “The Long Road” by Latvian composer Ēriks Ešenvalds. Book tickets at www.voxcetera.co.uk

Friends of Holy Trinity Open Afternoon

This is due to take place Sunday 26 May at 2.30 -4pm. The afternoon will focus on the life and work of Ronald Blythe, author of the best-selling Akenfield. Blythburgh resident Malcolm Doney – who met “Ronnie” and wrote his obituary for the Church Times– will talk about this remarkable man and his links with Blythburgh, Benjamin Britten, Peter Pears and other Suffolk luminaries. This will be followed by tea and cakeand a showing of the film Akenfield, Sir Peter Hall’s elegiac portrait of Suffolk life, based on Blythe’s masterwork.


May 29th, 2024

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