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.

Peter Pan @ Crowland Abbey
Oct 28 @ 4:00 pm
J M Barrie’s novel Peter Pan is brought to life by Peterborough based Lamphouse Theatre Group in the Abbey.
The Darlings family’s life is changed for ever when Peter Pan, the boy who wouldn’t grow up, appears at their window one night. The children follow Peter Pan to Neverland, meeting lost boys, mermaids and crocodiles along the way. Will this adventure be sabotaged by Captain Hook and his nasty band of pirates, or can they outwit them and save Neverland?
This is a great production that is sure to delight both old and young.
Tickets are £5 and available from Bridge Hardware, Crowland or the Abbey itself.
They are also available on-line (booking fee of 50p per ticket is payable).
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Open Art Competition – Entries
Nov 10 all-day

Select the link below to download an entry form

Art Comp entry form 2018

Open Art Competition – Awards Evening @ Crowland Abbey
Nov 16 all-day
Open Art Competition – Exhibition @ Crowland Abbey
Nov 17 – Nov 18 all-day

5th Annual Festival of Art

2018 Theme: Weathered and Worn

Thought for the month – August

Guthlac Dear Friends, Most of you here in Crowland will be familiar with the name of Guthlac, the Anglo-Saxon monk who can be regarded as the founder of this town. After he came here Guthlac acquired a very good reputation on account of the good works he did for the...

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Thought for the month – July

New Times, New Ways Dear Friends, Most of us are used to thinking of Sunday morning as the time for worshipping God, just as we are used to thinking of a church building as the proper place for that worship. And in times past it Sunday really was the day of rest, the...

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