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15 September 2019NATIONAL HERITAGE OPEN DAY at St Mary's Church
14 September 2019NATIONAL HERITAGE OPEN DAY at St Mary's Church
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16 April 2016Spring Presentation - 16th April 2016 THE YOUNG Attleborough
24 October 2015"In Case of Emergency" The Autumn Illustrated Talk will look at the professional and volunteer emergency services of the Town
11 April 2015Spring Illustrated Talk - Attleborough - Past, Present & Future
25 October 2014"IT'LL ALL BE OVER BY CHRISTMAS" - Attleborough at the start of the First World War - Connaught Hall 25th OCTOBER 2014
01 October 2014Group Visit to Gressenhall Farm & Workhouse
22 March 2014MEMORIES OF ATTLEBOROUGH 1950 - 2000
09 January 2014Memories of Attleborough - 1950 to 2000 SATURDAY 22nd MARCH 2014 at CONNAUGHT HALL
19 October 2013Over Paid, Over Sexed & Over Attleborough
07 October 2013One hundred years since the start of the First World War in August 1914
01 May 2013A Night out in the Town!
27 October 2012A Brush with History

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NATIONAL HERITAGE OPEN DAY at St Mary's Church Sunday 15 September 2019

Join us any time between 11.30 am and 2.30 pm on Sunday 15th September and delve into resources to help with your own family history or find out about the town past and present. 

There will be displays and photographs revealing the history of Attleborough residents who have left their mark on the town, and the story of St Mary's Church over the past 900 years.

Refreshments available.

We'll be at the Church again on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd, too. See dates for details).