The village has a rich history and heritage which merits recording and displayingA Heritage Steering Group has been formed with the airm of creating a permanent heritage exhibition which is open to the public, this will be located in St Andrews Church. It is a beautiful and atmospheric venue, ideal for offering heritage activities. As this enterprise develops it is expected to raise revenue to fund further heritage and social activities in the church and to improve facilities.At present a temporary exhibition is in place and this displays the work of our volunteer researchers.The church is always open and visitors can also find user friendly guide sheets to help them appreciate its artifacts and monuments.When you visit, please sign our visitors book
The Childrens Trail
A NADFASChurch Trail is available in the church. A Church Trail is a question sheet that guides children and their accompanying adults around the church and encourages them to engage with the architecture, history and furnishings. NADFAS members voluntarily give their time to research and write the questions and corresponding answer sheets. The aim is to encourage 8 - 12 year olds and their families to learn about the building and inspire them to visit and enjoy other churches.Church trails are researched, writen and designed in a child friendly format.
The Listening Post
Listen to stories about village life. We have gathered reminiscences from people living in the village and have recorded their narratives.They have told us about aspects of their experiences of which there are no official records.Come and listen to these recordings, imagine how it was for them and compare how it is today.There are personal stories about village life and descriptions of how the village has developed over the years.Memories which can now be passed from generation to generation, recreating the past and keeping future generations in touch with their heritage.There will be a display of photographs to enhance the tales told. So please come along and vist