5 Churches Festival takes place in churches across the Glaven Valley


Five Churches Festival is a vibrant programme of concerts, cultural and community events taking place in the five churches of the Glaven Valley Benefice in North Norfolk – Blakeney, Cley, Glandford, Letheringsett and Wiveton.
2023's festival was curated by Brenda Blewett - a professional pianist, and Chaos Collective - a thriving, enterprising string quartet of established professional musicians based in Norfolk, and includes appearances by other eminent international musicians, actors and entertainers.

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5 Churches Festival

Type:Church Service/Event

Glaven Valley Churches, From Blakeney, to Letheringsett, Blakeney, Norfolk, NR25 7NJ

Tel: 01263 512497

Opening Times

Season (10 July 2024 - 14 July 2024)
Wednesday - Sunday13:00 - 21:00

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