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Visit 100 Norfolk churches this summer! 

Cromer church 380The Diocese of Norwich is again hosting their “Summer Trail”, a fun activity throughout the summer holidays for children and families.

Children are being invited to collect ‘stamps’ as they visit churches around the Diocese. A special colouring-in map of the Diocese has been created to download and print out. After children have coloured it in, participants can use it to collect stamps on. Pictured above is Cromer church - one of the churches on the trail. 
Norwich summer-trail-logoOver 100 churches are taking part in this year’s 
Summer Trail – each church has a self-inking stamp with their name on it somewhere in their building. Participants are encouraged to see how many they can collect!
“Not only is this a great activity for children and families throughout the summer, it’s also a fantastic opportunity to see the wonderful churches the Diocese has to offer” said Emma Craig from the Diocese.

The Diocese has created a special online map showing all the churches taking part – just head to to see. The colouring-in map can be downloaded from there too.
Norwich Diocese logo 360
Some churches are including their own quizzes as part of the trail. The Seven Churches Benefice (consisting of 7 churches between Blickling and Holt) has created a quiz around each of those 7 churches.
 The trail will run throughout the summer holidays, beginning on 
Monday July 28 and ending on Sunday September 7.

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