The latest edition of your local community magazine. This edition will not be delivered to individual homes, as you would normally expect to receive it. We need to protect our volunteer magazine deliverers and Stay at Home, To Protect our NHS and Save Lives.
This operation is set up and run by the Wroxham and Hoveton Good Neighbours Scheme. It is supported by the local Church, local Councillors for Wroxham and Hoveton and the Parish Councils of Hoveton and Wroxham.
You can volunteer to help or request help by visiting the Operation Good Neighbour website
Sadly, we cannot offer collection points for food donations while the churches are closed. You can leave goods at Roys of Wroxham (behind the supermarket checkouts) on an essential shopping trip.
We would suggest that the safest way to maintain your help for the Norwich Foodbank is to make an on-line donation. The link below will take you to a secure site.
Our doors are now closed for the time being, but our hearts are wide open. Although there are no public acts of worship, the ministers and people of our churches are praying for our villages, our county and country, and the world, particularly those most in need. Take care everybody, keep safe and stay at home.
Bishop Graham Usher took in a large part of our Deanery during a visit on Tuesday 3rd March. The picture gallery below is only a sample of a packed day.