Over the last year or so our plans have firmed up – demolishing the vestry, removing or shortening and the rear pews, moving the font to the centre of the church and installing kitchen and toilet. Our… Continue reading
We have for the last couple of years been managing the churchyard with a view to making it wild life and wild flower friendly as we can, with guidance from the Norfolk Wildlife Trust, and we have plans to put… Continue reading
Evening roadshow – get your antiques valued by Paul Woodley of Keys Auctioneers – Thursday 8th June 7pm at the church
Next year will be the 600th anniversary of the first of the family letters which have made the name Paston famous, to mark which Yale University in the USA are to hold a major exhibition. Here at home… Continue reading
Churchyards are becoming ever more important providing habitat for wildlife that has been vanishing elsewhere. And in Paston we’ve decided to do our bit with our large and somewhat unmanageable churchyard..
Norfolk Wildlife Trust have surveyed the… Continue reading
Builders high up on scaffolding above the chancel arch making good cracks in the wall uncovered what they thought might be faint remains of some medieval wall paintings to add to St Christopher and the three living and three dead… Continue reading
The buttresses on the south side of the nave originally erected when Elizabeth 1 was on the throne, have now been re-built, exactly as they were. As they were taken down each piece of stone was numbered to show… Continue reading