ALL SAINTS CHURCH HISTORY
We are a small parish six miles distant from the port of Harwich with a population
of approximately 400. Our electoral role is 31, and in common with many
parishes we struggle to pay our Parish Share each year, and, through our
Our little Church 17th century bell-
River Stout, looking towards Suffolk stands on the Essex Way and is a quiet and
restful place for walkers and other visitors who are pleased and surprised to
find it open.
It is a much loved building and a focus for our local community, the most ancient
building in our village, dating back to 1100.
ALL SAINTS CHURCH APPEAL
We are striving to finish the restoration work to the walls, which we started in the 1990s. The last phase -
the South/West exterior and interior -
obtained the necessary Diocesan Faculty for this work, but we have to raise
PLEASE HELP US IF YOU CAN WITH A
DONATION (however small)
PAYABLE TO “WRABNESS PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL”
Addressed to: Mrs. Ann Rouse, Treasurer,
Wrabness PCC, Lower Farmhouse, Wrabness, Manningtree, Essex CO1 1 2TF
Every little will help.