Events

Churches Count on Nature

Churches Count on Nature, which runs from 5th to 13th June 2021, is a citizen-science event covering churchyards across England and Wales. The project will see communities and visitors making a note of the animals, birds, insects, plants and fungi in their local churchyard. The data will then be collated on the National Biodiversity Network. 


St. Martin’s Churchyard in Fangfoss will be taking part in the scheme and we would like to encourage as many people as possible to come and spend some time in our tranquil space, enjoy the beauty of our lovely churchyard, and let us know what you see. We are delighted that the children from the village school will be joining us on some of the days, to record what they find and to make new homes for nature eg. bug hotels. We are setting aside a small area in the churchyard which will not be mown and in which the biodiversity can be increased, and monitored over time. 
Our churchyard is a wildlife haven and we hope people of all ages will come and find out what a very special place it is. 

 

5 June, 21 00:01 Events St Martin's Churchyard

Allerthorpe Plant Sale - Saturday 8th May 2021

Allerthorpe Plant Sale 2021 - 10am to 12pm Saturday 8th May.

Plants will be on sale outside the church and close to the Plough Inn.  Afterwards plants will still be available for sale, with summer flowering plants and vegetable plants continually added.  Please pay in the honesty boxes provided.

  
Plant updates will be found on Allerthorpe Community and Pocklington Community Facebook pages.

1 May, 21 00:00 Events St Botolph's Church, Main Street, Allerthorpe, YO42 4RW

Coronavirus Latest

Public worship has now resumed on Sundays and Wednesdays.

Wednesday Church, at 10am each week at Barmby Moor. 

9th May 

  • 10.45am Barmby Moor 

16th May 

  • 9.15am Allerthorpe 
  • 10.45am Thornton 

23rd May 

  • 9.15am Fangfoss 
  • 10.45am Barmby Moor 

30th May 

  • 10am Benefice Communion at St. Catherine’s Church, Barmby Moor 
27 April, 21 00:00 Events Benefice