Planned your route yet for Ride and Stride? Here are a few changes….

As the big fundraising day approaches there are always a few changes to the list of churches taking part. Some have joined in a little late for the published list while others find they can’t open after all… sometimes because there is a wedding taking place! Please check below.

There are hundreds of Suffolk churches open on Saturday 10th September 9-5pm of course!

Here are the latest changes:


St Peters, Ousden…. near Newmarket … CB8 8TN

St Mary’s Walpole near Halesworth is a previously closed church that has undergone a revival in recent months, and are taking part! 

St Mary’s Walpole (Photo: Simon Knott)

More good news….Wrentham URC is also open after all,  along with these churches:

Athelington St Peters IP21 5EH

Horham St Marys IP21 5EW

Horham Baptist Church IP21 5ER

Redlingfield St Andrews IP23 7QR

St Mary Wilby                   IP21 5LE

St Ethelbert Tannington    IP13 7LU

All Saints’ Mendham         IP20 0NH

St Mary Magdalene Withersdale     IP20 0JJ         

Laxfield Baptist Chapel IP13 8DZ

St Mary Letheringham IP13 7QY

In Ipswich:

The Ipswich International Church is open for the first time!

The International Church, Elim Church, Portman Road, Ipswich is open

All Hallows Church in Landseer Road Ipswich IP3 0EN will also be open.

Sorry – the following two churches are listed as open but will not be able to do so after all. 

Museum Street Methodist Church, Ipswich 

 Bury St Edmunds Unitarian Meeting House 

The Quaker Meeting House, Leiston

Have a good day everyone.

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