We are delighted to invite you to attend the Harvest Festival Service at Norwich Cathedral on Sunday 3 October at 15:30. This event is run jointly by the Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association, the Norfolk Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs and Norwich Cathedral.
Along with all the traditional elements that make the Harvest Festival Service such a celebration, we are thrilled to this year to be able to sing out loud together the lovely Harvest hymns of praise.
We hope you will join us for this beautiful service and to give thanks for the many blessings that have been bestowed upon each of us and the farming community in the midst of this most difficult year.
Reservations are NOT required, there will be plenty of seating for everyone.
Due to the ongoing covid concerns we will not be serving refreshments following the service. However we would encourage you to stay after the service and take the opportunity to see Dippy the (85ft) Diplodocus on loan from the Natural History Museum and currently residing in the Nave at Norwich Cathedral.
Please note parking in the cathedral close is limited. Alternatively you can park at the St Helen’s Wharf’s Pay and Display car park opposite the Adam and Eve pub. The sat nav postcode for this car park is Norwich NR3 1RZ.
We look forward to seeing you at this special service of celebration and thanksgiving.