Hungate is looking forward to reopening later in the spring – we will post details soon, and can’t wait to see all our visitors again. And in the meantime, in honour of St David’s Day, here is a stained-glass angel from our west window, wearing as near as possible to daffoldils!
Hungate has been awarded £14,400 from the Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage!
We’re are open on both Saturdays (12th and 19th September) 10:00-16:00. On the 12th we will be focused on Norfolk Churches Trust Bike Ride participants and on the 19th we will be looking at ‘Hidden Nature’ in our Churchyard, but on both days visitors will have a chance to visit the church. Given the newContinue reading “Planning to come and see us for Heritage Open Days?”
Due to the coronavirus pandemic our normal weekend opening hours are suspended. We will open with social-distancing measures in place for the Heritage Open Day events; please see the What’s On page for more details.
Saturday 19 September, 10:00-16:00: Enjoy a special HODs trail around the outside of the building and the beautiful churchyard garden. A detailed trail sheet will take you around the outside of the medieval church of St Peter Hungate spotting hidden features, whilst you enjoy the beautiful churchyard garden created by NHCT volunteers. Find the survivingContinue reading “Heritage Open Days: Hidden Nature of Hungate”
Saturday 12 September, 10:00-16:00 Hungate will be welcoming cyclists and walkers taking part in the Norfolk Churches Trust Annual Bike Ride on Saturday 12th September. The garden and building will be open for socially distanced self-guided tours. Register to take part at http://www.norfolkchurchestrust.org.uk/bike-ride. Proceeds from the sponsored bike ride go towards repairing and preserving historicContinue reading “Norfolk Churches Trust Bike Ride”