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We've held a Thursday Market since 1285

We've held a Thursday Market since 1285

The first market was established in the town as far back as 1226 and has continued ever since. As well as professional traders, local people are encouraged to market their own crafts. It's held at Queens Square Car Park every Thursday 8am to 2pm.

New stalls are always needed. If you are interested please contact Terry Staff on 01953 452523 or 07876 171829.

The first market was established in the town as far back as 1226 and has continued ever since. As well as professional traders, local people are encouraged to market their own crafts. It's held at Queens Square Car Park every Thursday 8am to 2pm.

New stalls are always needed. If you are interested please contact Terry Staff on 01953 452523 or 07876 171829.

A Church has stood on the site of St Mary's since Saxon times

A Church has stood on the site of St Mary's since Saxon times

St Mary's Church is one of the most interesting churches in south Norfolk. It was rebuilt by Sir Robert Mortimer in 1436. There is an impressive 52 foot long rood screen dating from 1475 and an intricately carved 18th century pulpit. 

Sunday Services are at 8am, 10am and the day concludes with Evening Prayer at 6.30pm. Sunday Club meets for children during the 10am Service every second week. 

http://www.attleboroughchurch.org.uk/

St Mary's Church is one of the most interesting churches in south Norfolk. It was rebuilt by Sir Robert Mortimer in 1436. There is an impressive 52 foot long rood screen dating from 1475 and an intricately carved 18th century pulpit. 

Sunday Services are at 8am, 10am and the day concludes with Evening Prayer at 6.30pm. Sunday Club meets for children during the 10am Service every second week. 

http://www.attleboroughchurch.org.uk/