Harvest House

A beautiful space to hire, overlooking Mulbarton Common

Harvest House

Available for hire!

Harvest House is situated opposite the common, near to Mulbarton Church and is mainly used for church meetings and social gatherings, children’s and youth work, as well as refreshments after services.

The house is also available for hire, being ideal for small gatherings such as hosting church away days, social and committee meetings, children’s parties, craft groups, and fundraising events.

Harvest House refurbishments were completed in 2016, with a new roof, insulation, central heating, flooring and redecorated throughout.  You would be most welcome to come and view in advance of hire to check out the facilities!

Charges are only £6.50 per hour (minimum hire 2 hours; add 50p per hour for heating in cooler months).  A deposit of £25 is required to secure the booking (refundable after post-booking inspection).  Hire includes:

  • Fully fitted kitchen with water heater, ‘range’ cooker, larder fridge, microwave, crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils.
  • Light and airy south facing lounge (9.1 x 3.3m) which has direct access to an enclosed garden where a climbing frame is available for use. Tables and chairs available.
  • Downstairs cloakroom with disabled facilities and baby changing unit.
  • Private car park with space for several cars.

For an extra £1/hour per room upstairs, hire may include upstairs room, where appropriate:

  • Prayer room for quiet prayer and contemplation (3.5m x 3m)
  • Room with lounge seating (3.4m x 3.9m) for a small group

For full details please email: hh@mulbchurch.org.uk  or phone 01508 580001



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The Trams of Norwich: Transforming Streets, Transforming Lives

We welcome Frances and Michael Holmes back to Flordon to give us another of their interesting and entertaining talks:

Admission: suggested donation of £5 includes a glass of wine and nibbles.  Please book with Janet.

In 1900 trams arrived on Norwich’s streets. They were greeted with awe as a technological wonder that not only revolutionised travel but also radically changed the City. Using a combination of images, archive material and contemporary accounts Frances & Michael Holmes will illustrate that the story of the trams is about so much more than a vehicle – It is the story of how that vehicle transformed our city. 

Contact Janet for more details - 01508 471070

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Sunday Worship - 17 October 2021

Jill explores the theme of "The Pathway to Promotion" through Mark 10:35-45, while Adrian leads us in a service of Communion at Mulbarton Church, streamed live on YouTube.

A service sheet is available for download here, so you can follow along from home if you're watching on YouTube: https://mulbchurch.org.uk/res/Service_Sheets/2021_10_17_Trinity_20.pdf

The YouTube stream is available here: https://youtu.be/2JhthrN3Uyg



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