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PUBLISHED: 14:39 02 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:25 06 July 2010

Church services - On Sunday, 8am holy communion, 10.30am holy communion, 6.30pm evening prayer; Wednesday, 10am holy communion; Thursday, 3.30pm, Messy Church, at time for families to try different crafts, enjoy a short service of worship and a hot meal together.

Church services - On Sunday, 8am holy communion, 10.30am holy communion, 6.30pm evening prayer; Wednesday, 10am holy communion; Thursday, 3.30pm, Messy Church, at time for families to try different crafts, enjoy a short service of worship and a hot meal together.

Coffee is served in Pakefield Church Hall, Sunningdale Avenue, each Wednesday from 10.30am. All are welcome.

An evening of nostalgia - John Holmes and Bernard Cook present an Evening of Nostalgia on Saturday, from 7.30pm in Pakefield Church Hall, Sunningdale Avenue, to raise funds for Hospice Care beds in the local hospitals. Tickets available, £3.50, from the Spar Shop, Pakefield Street.

A Look Back in Time - On Friday, in Pakefield Church. Paul Durbidge will give an insightful look into the ancient history of the area around Pakefield. Refreshments will be available. A supporting programme will show a short DVD of Lowestoft's history day held on July 11 and of Pakefield's fete last year. Tickets, £2.50, are available from The Ferini Gallery, The Spar, Knights Vision and on the door.

Pakefield Wives -The first meeting of 2009/2010 was held on September 9, when Tony Brown was the speaker talking about the wildlife of the Isles of Scilly. The islands lie in the Atlantic Ocean, approximately 28 miles off the Cornish coast. Out of 100 islands, only five are inhabited, the main one being St Mary's. These can be approached by boat, skybus or helicopter. Because of the position of the islands, they boast an abundance of wildflowers and are a birdwatcher's paradise. Many migrating birds are blown off course and Tony was able to show computer generated photographs of a number of passing birds resting before moving on and also many resident birds.

Next meeting October 7, personal safety and home security - Bruce Granger (police) This meeting is a bring and buy on behalf of the charities and October 21 memory joggers.

A coffee morning and table top sale will be held on October 17, again raising money for the two charities nominated this year - The Signing Choir and The Suffolk Punch Trust Limited. Everyone welcome, meeting in the church hall, Sunningdale Avenue.

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