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Indoors: We can offer your group/class a lively worksheet to find out about interesting items in this historic and atmospheric fouteenth century church. There is an answer sheet for the accompanying adults which also has additional information for the adults to expand details of the Trail items. The Trail has 14 questions and is suitable for ages 7 - 13 and takes about 45 minutes to complete. Outdoors: We can offer a quiz sheet where children search the churchyard gravestones for the answers to the clues they are given. Small groups (3 or 4 children and an adult) may like to explore the churchyard using our “Gods Acre” rucksack, which contains worksheets and all the equipment needed for the children to investigate the trees and gravestones, search for and examine mini beasts in the magnifying pot and much more. The church has toilet and refreshment facilities and a steward would be present for your visit. All groups must be accompanied by an appropriate number of responsible adults. There is no charge for the materials, however a donation is appreciated. FOr more details and to book your visit, please phone Linda on 01507 654078. Utterby St Andrews Community Heritage Project.
“Whats On - Events at St Andrews Church and Utterby”
“Whats on and Events”
Spring Flower Festival Sunday 28th April Between 11am and 3pm Free Entry Spring Flowers St Andrews church attracts many visitors at this time of the year. The churchyard should be looking its best and the church decorated with a mass of spring flowers. The Humber Bells will be singing for us at 2pm Come inside for a coffe, a scrummy cake or a homade bake. You can even take some home with you This is also an opportunity for you to buy some of our plants just in time for spring planting. The Permanent heritage collection will be on display as usual