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Little Dewchurch pupils on their way to CfGA morning
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medieval tower
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North gateway
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View looking out through church porch
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The temporary replacement for the East Window - July to October 2014

Beautifully designed and created by the pupils of Little Dewchurch CofE school as part of their World War 1 Centenary project.
It was installed when the main Preedy East window was removed for repair by Brockweir Glass. The Preedy window was re-installed in October and the school's window returned to the school for use elsewhere, especially at World War 1 Centenary events.

 

 

Churchyard Celebration Day
9th June 2007


We were incredibly lucky with the weather - a glorious sunny afternoon -  for this event to celebrate and share all that we have learnt about St David's churchyard during our project.  Wildlife, trees, flowers, grasses, lichens crafts, history & archaeology, plus our updated management plan, and of course tea & excellent cakes (thanks to all those who were busy baking earlier in the week!)

Tim Hoverd Archaeology talk


Tim Hoverd sharing the history and archaeology of the Church & Churchyard

Nigel Hand with some of his reptile friends

Nigel Hand from HART
introduces some reptile friends (above) & looking under the mats for slow-worms (below)

looking under mats for reptiles

Festival of Hobbies,
Flowers & Gardens
June 2004


Some of the displays of crafts in the church

Crafts on display in the Church

crafts in the church

Crafts & Hobbies in the Village Hall

Crafts & hobbies in the village hall

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Small Mammal Survey with the Juniors from Little Dewchurch CE Primary School
October 2006


Going round the churchyard to check the traps

One of the bank voles found

Bank vole



Bishop Anthony dedicating new kneelers at the service to dedicate the new bells


new kneelers being blessed