St. Mary's Church

Welcome to St. Mary's Church, North Tuddenham

Welcome. For service details and other events happening here, please see pages elsewhere on the website. With the Covid-19 situation changing regularly, please check in the News section.

Due to dangerous deterioration of the church tower, an enormous amount of work has had to be done on the church building with the result that it has not been available for services.

St. Mary's now has its own page on the National Churches Trust website at North Tuddenham St Mary the Virgin | National Churches Trust.


3 weeks to go

Coming Up Next...

A Fresh Start: Women's Day

A Women's Day for the East of England


Speakers: Becky Harcourt and Julia Chamberlin


Join us for an opportunity to pray and worship, to be challenged, encouraged and inspired to experience God's power.


You are warmly invited to join in a day specifically for women from the East of England on Saturday 22nd October in All Saints' Church, Mattishall, Dereham, Norfolk.




The Day:

From 9.00 a.m. Arrive and register
 9.30 a.m. Welcome and worship
10.15 a.m. Session 1
11.00 a.m. Coffee break
11.45 a.m. Session 2
 1.00 p.m. Lunch
 2.00 p.m. Welcome back, worship, testimony
2.45-4.00 p.m. Final session with ministry and closing


All Saints' Church is situated in the centre of Mattishall on Church Plain (NR20 3QF) off the A47. The precise location of the entrance to the church can be seen at More details on the best places to park will be given here nearer the time. If you need to park close to the church, please email


£15.00 (includes drinks)

(Students/senior citizens/concessions £10)

Please bring your own lunch.

To book:

Book online HERE.

Alternative, download the booking form from HERE.

If paying by cheque, please make cheques payable to "Mattishall PCC" and return to Church Office, Dereham Road, Mattishall, NR20 3QA.



Ring the church office on 01362 858873 or Sue Cossey on 01362 857904.

Times and details may be subject to change

Contact Sue for more details - 01362 857904

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Benefice Ladies' Prayer Breakfast (4 weeks to go)


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Latest News/Feature...

North Tuddenham's October 2022 Mardle is now available.

The Mardle magazine for October 2022 is now available HERE.



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Curate's Communications (4 weeks ago)


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How To Find Us

To reach St. Mary's Church, we recommend you have a good look at it on Google Maps! If coming from the Dereham direction, bear left off the A47 at turn off marked "N. Tuddenham". Turn right as soon as you are off the A47 then next right into Fox Lane and follow the road over the top of the A47. After passing North Tuddenham village hall on your left, turn right at the crossroads then immediately left. After a short distance on your left side is a sign marking the entrance to a land leading to St. Mary's. There is a small amount of parking space at the end of the lane on your left, but you may wish to swing round at the end and head back out slightly and park on the left side of the lane.
If coming from the Norwich direction, leave the A47 at the exit marked "N. Tuddenham" then turn left onto Fox Lane. Pick up the instructions from that point from those above.
If coming from the Mattishall direction, head down Burgh Lane from Mattishall and at the end, turn left onto an unnamed road marked towards "North Tuddenham". Follow the road, bearing right. Keep on this road until you head slightly down a hill to cross the river Tud and ascend the other side. The entrance to the lane down to St. Mary's is at the top of the hill on your right.

Click on the link to find a map of the area on Google maps. (Please note that we have no control over the content of external websites).

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