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Last updated: Thu 23 Aug 2018

Tea and cake in Nunney Church

Enjoy tea and delicious cakes in the historic setting of Nunney Church from Sunday 1 April until the end of August.

Tea in church nunneyTea is served in All Saints Church by local volunteers every Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday.

There are no teas in church on Saturdays this year. It have proved very difficult to recruit sufficient volunteers.

The closure of the footbridge between Nunney Castle and the church has also diminished the number of people popping in for a cuppa.

But with the new nave roof, lots of history and delicious cakes, the church is looking forward to welcoming lots of visitors again this summer.

Anyone who would like to play the organ or the piano during the afternoons when teas are served is also very welcome.

The church has a Norman font, a medieval wall-painting of a knight, stain glass windows and interesting medieval and Tudor effigies. Locals are at hand to answer your questions about Nunney Castle, the church and village history.

In glorious weather All Saints Church Nunney attracts lots of visitors, but even on grey damp days it is surprising how many cups of tea get poured.

Tea in church nunneyThe Friends of Nunney Church’s exhibition about the history of the church – created by Visit Nunney – will be on display.

Tea in church is served by local volunteers, so please come and buy some cakes to take home with you too! As well as tea and coffee, soft drink are available and on Bank Holidays scones ‘cream tea’ style.

Anyone who might like to offer help for an occasional Sunday afternoon between 3pm and 5pm would be most welcome.

It isn’t an onerous task as long as you are happy to make a cake, a few cups of tea and welcome visitors.

Contact information
Ursula Smallman
Email ursula.smallman@gmail.com

Nunney Churchwardens
Email nunneychurchwardens@gmail.com

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