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29 November 2019St Clement's added to At Risk Register
10 September 2019Conservation Cleaning Workshop
16 November 2018Christmas Tree Festival Saturday 15 December
05 November 2018Great photos from a narrow-boat visitor
21 October 2018Remembrance and Remonstrance, A Fenland Church by Claire Daunton
09 October 2018Poppy Cascade
16 May 2018Quiz Night
01 May 2018Medieval Glass Appeal
27 February 2018Quadryng Brass Plate Returned to Original Site
10 December 2017Christmas Tree Festival: Morning Service
09 December 2017Christmas Tree Festival
19 November 2017Photographic Exhibition
18 November 2017Photographic Exhibition and Book Launch
15 November 2017Quiz Night
20 October 2017Book Signing of 'The Atwelle Confession',
12 July 2017Quiz Night Wednesday 12 July
13 June 2017Annual General Meeting of the Friends of St Clement's Church
14 September 2016Quiz Night Wednesday 14 September
18 April 2016Quiz Night Wednesday 18 May
04 December 2015Decline and Growth in the Late Medieval Fenland: the Examples of Outwell and Upwell
10 November 2015Quiz Night 25 November
09 November 2015The Marham Military Wives Choir Friday 11 December
08 November 2015Christmas Fayre Friday 27 November
16 September 2015Special General Meeting 28 September 2015
15 September 2015Press Coverage of Elizabeth Truss MP's Visit to St Clement's
08 June 2015AGM and chance to see restoration work, 15 June
02 June 2015Divers Voyces, Saturday 11 July
19 May 2015Agenda for AGM on Monday 15th June 2015
18 May 2015Quiz Night 20 May
23 February 2015Bishop of Ely visit
23 February 2015St Clement's on YouTube!
03 February 2015Quiz Night 25 March
11 January 2015Quiz Night 21 January
09 January 2015St Clement's carving in The Woodcarver Gazette
08 January 2015Update on Restoration Works
25 August 2014Sponsor a Slate
11 August 2014Charitable Status
04 August 2014Tuesday Coffee Shop

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St Clement's added to At Risk Register
Friday 29 November 2019

Historic England has now added St Clement's Church to their Buildings At Risk Register. This should strengthen future grant applications. Further information here: