Pakefield community events
Pakefield Church services - Sunday, 8am holy communion, 10.30am holy communion, 10.30am Sunday Club meet in church, 6.30pm holy communion (please note new time; Wednesday, 10am holy communion; Maundy Thursday, 3.
Pakefield Church services - Sunday, 8am holy communion, 10.30am holy communion, 10.30am Sunday Club meet in church, 6.30pm holy communion (please note new time; Wednesday, 10am holy communion; Maundy Thursday, 3.30pm messy church for families to enjoy crafts, worship and a meal together, 6.30pm holy communion followed by coffee in church; Good Friday, 2 to 3pm a service of meditation. Coffee is served in Pakefield Church Hall, Sunningdale Avenue, each Wednesday from 10.30am. All welcome.
Street sale - Easter Monday, Sunningdale Avenue, Pakefield from 9am to 12.30pm. Refreshments available in Pakefield Church Hall including bacon rolls. Proceeds to the church flower bank project and Lowestoft Shopmobility.
Street sale - Grand Avenue and Cliftonville Road, Pakefield, are holding street sales on Easter Monday, from 9am. Proceeds from the raffle going to James Paget Palliative Care Unit.
In Aid of Asthma UK - A coffee morning to help fight asthma will be on Saturday, April 18, in Pakefield Church Hall from 10am. Original watercolour paintings for sale and the chance to win a football signed by Norwich City players, as well as book and cake stalls and coffee.
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- 2 Five new businesses to discover in Lowestoft as lockdown eases
- 3 Sergeant reveals what's in store for new TV show with Suffolk police team
- 4 Smokehouse to be showcased on BBC One’s Antiques Road Trip
- 5 Police thank public after tracing Lowestoft woman
- 6 Driver flees after crashing into level crossing
- 7 7 outdoor events happening in Norfolk and Waveney this weekend
- 8 Boy attacked by man in woodland in Lowestoft
- 9 Emergency works cause early morning traffic chaos on A47
- 10 'Lucky number seven' - Landlord opens 'flagship' pub in hometown