St. Peter's Church, Mattishall Burgh

Welcome to St. Peter's Church, Mattishall Burgh.

St. Peter's church, Mattishall Burgh, is situated off the bottom end of Burgh Lane in Mattishall. The church building was closed some years back, but has been used on occasions over the last 2-3 years. However, All Saints' Church in Mattishall is the where the congregations meet on Sundays and other days (it being in the centre of the village and a much larger building and having the facilities required).

The churchyard at St. Peter's is always open and there is a free car park. To visit the church building itself, a key is available from the Church Office during open hours.

 

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How To Find Us

At the crossroads at the eastern end of Mattishall (where All Saints' Church and The Swan public house lie), head north into Burgh Lane (the side the Swan is on). At the bottom of the hill opposite Occupation Road lies Church Lane with a sign pointing to "CHURCH". Follow this single track road for about 100 metres until you see the entrance to the church car park.

St. Peter's not generally open to the public apart from for services, but access may be arranged via the Church Office using the contact details on the main page of this website.

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