Special Services & Events
We have many events at Crowland throughout the year with many going to support our church.
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If you would like to visit Crowland or would like to arrange a tour please visit our contact page for more information. Also we can offer the church and abbey as a venue for meetings. conferences and social functions or even a film location. Please contact us for more details.
Vegetables and bedding plants will also be on sale.
Competitions and activities for all the family with refreshments being served from the Abbey Pantry. Entry is just £1 with children under 12 free.
|Cardboard Carnival is inspired by the music of |
Camille Saint-Saens, from his “Carnival of the animals”orchestral piece.The story is told with puppets, which explores with imaginative, spellbinding, surprising and sometimes
bonkers story telling.The Lempen Puppet Theatre Company, is based in North Yorkshire and have been performing for over thirty years,
all across Europe.
So good family entertainment, not to be missed!
| Crowland Abbey, Peterborough on Sunday 12 May 2019 |
Doors Open at 4:30PM
Starts at 5:00PM
Ticket Price: £5.00 – £8.00*
|*booking fee applies|
|Box Office: 0333 666 3366|
Cardboard Carnival Poster
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