All Saints Church
Deborah Davis: 01760 337675
The Church Office: 01760 338562
This light and welcoming church of All Saints stands in the largest of the villages in the Nar Valley Group. Within the church there are several fine monuments to the Spelman family. The one to Judge Spelman in the church has associated with it the story that he was buried upright for " no one had walked over him in life and no one was going to walk over him in death ". One of the brasses is to Sir John Spelman who had the dubious honour of signing the death warrant for Anne Boleyn.
In the churchyard there are several First World War Graves to young pilots who died learning to fly at RFC Narborough - W.E. Johns the author of Biggles was stationed for a time at RFC Narborough.
Our next major project is to update the internal lighting in the nave and aisles - donations to this project may be sent to the treasurer Mrs Susan Nairn c/o The Church Office, The Church Centre, Main Road, Narborough, Kings Lynn, Norfolk PE32 1TE. Cheques should be made out to Narborough with Narford PCC and please indicate if your donation is for the lighting project.
On a day to day basis Narborough Church in 2024 is facing a predicted budget deficit of £ 9,515 in meeting its general running costs without any fabric repairs or improvements.
If you wish to help meet our daily running costs your donation may be sent via BACS c/o Barclays Bank 20-28-20 Narborough w Narford PCC account number 90660051. Thank you.
Our Parish Safeguarding Adviser is Anne Huggett Tel 01760 338562.
Link to Diocesan Safeguarding is www.dioceseofnorwich.org/training/safeguarding
"Individuals who wish to make representations about safeguarding can make direct contact with the Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser (email:firstname.lastname@example.org or 01603 882345).
However, recognising that this may not feel safe for those with a lived experience of abuse from within the Church, a dedicated telephone helpline - 0800 80 20 20 - operated independently from the Church, by the NSPCC is also available."