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New Christian resource centre opens in Loddon

Loddoncentre2010: After years of praying and planning, a new diocesan resource centre in Norfolk has opened its doors to welcome visitors. Inside is everything you would expect to resource work with children and young people.
The resource centre, located in St John's Church Loddon,  contains a growing stock of ideas, programme guides, games, crafts, puppets, music, Godly Play, DVDs and yes, even flags!

St John’s is a Methodist Church used by the local community of Anglicans, Methodists and Roman Catholics, as well as many community groups. It is one minute off the A146 and has its own car park. The address is St John’s Church, George Lane, Loddon, NR14 6NB


Mark Heybourne, Youth & Children’s Work Co-ordinator for the Diocese of Norwich said, "We are very grateful to the volunteers (pictured above) who currently staff the church office, for their support in welcoming visitors to the centre and willingness to oversee its day to day running."


Click here to view the stock list for both Horstead and Loddon centres  and call to check availability. Come to browse and borrow, but if you are travelling from a distance please call first to check the centre is open, as holidays and sickness may on occasions change opening times. Tel: 01603 266316 or 07772 568120


Usuall opening times: Monday - Friday 9am - 12pm, 1pm - 4pm


For information on either the Horstead or Loddon Resource Centres, or to suggest stock items contact Tricia Elson or Liz Dawes on 01603 266316 or


Read more about the Resource Centre in the lastest edition of the Fresh newsletter


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