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Filby Church

Picture courtesy of and © Teresa Proctor.

Usual Pattern of Worship at All Saints, Filby

  • 1st Sunday  10.30 a.m. Morning Prayer
  • 2nd Sunday 10.30 a.m.  Holy Communion
  • 3rd Sunday  10.30 a.m. Morning Prayer
  • 4th Sunday  no service at Filby - joint service at St Margaret's, Fleggburgh
  • 5th Sunday  10.30 a.m. Benefice Service - venue varies

For details of special services and any change to this pattern please contact the Priest-in-Charge, the Revd Graham Steel 01493 368210 or see notices at the church.

You can also email to:

Or write to him at:

The Rectory
Main Road
Great Yarmouth
NR29 3AG

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Picture courtesy of and © Joan Saul, December 2009.

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Filby Calendar 2010

Our 2010 calendar, continuing the "Filby Then & Now" theme, was launched as part of the Filby Playing Field, Bank Holiday Fun Weekend at the 'Local Roots' Exhibition in the Clubroom with profits again going to the new community centre fund.

Calendars are still on sale at Filby Post Office and via this website by sending an email to the address below.

The price has been held at £7.00. Any post and packing is extra.

There are still a few 2009 calendars available via this website.

Oh My! Ideas for the 2011 calendar are already being put together and we have started taking, and arranging to take, the 'now' pictures for it.

For enquiries and orders send an email to the address below.

Voices from the Past

New for 2010

On 20th October 2009, we started publishing a weekly "Filby News" bulletin on the Village Voice page.

Then we got to wondering what our forebears considered worthy of record and what they were doing one hundred and twenty years ago. This page is the result. From in January 2010 we are publishing, month by month, the Victorian equivalent of Village Voice starting with January 1890.

Our Church

More about All Saints, Filby.

Church Hall

Built in the 1930s, now requires substantial refurbishment.

The future of this building is uncertain and fund raising for a new community centre, to be sited on the Playing Field, is progressing despite our application for Lottery funding being rejected.


This building is a bit special as it is one of the last two 'clay lump' structures in the village.

Clubs & Groups

In more detail.

If you wish to publicise your club, or organisation, and it is based in Filby or relevant to our village please email the webmaster.