Ten Mile Bank
St Mark's Church
Sunday's at St Mark's, Ten Mile Bank
About St Mark's, Ten Mile Bank
St Mark’s is a small church in the Norfolk Fens, built in 1846 and 2021 saw its 175th birthday. Originally built on the banks of the River Great Ouse for railway and river workers, St Mark’s is a Chapel of Ease affiliated to nearby Hilgay church.
In the early 2000’s, St Mark’s was condemned and due to be demolished due to extensive subsidence. Villagers worked tirelessly to raise the funds required in order to restore the church. At a cost of several hundred thousand pounds, the church was restored in around 2010.
Relaunch of St Mark's, Ten Mile Bank
A team form the Ouse Valley Benefice are looking to relaunch services at St Mark's Church in Ten Mile Bank. This will include some community events in the lead up to the lauch on October 1st. We are hosting a quiz night in Ten Mile Bank village hall on Friday 22nd September. Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start. On Saturday 30th September we are holding a fun afternoon at the village hall from 2pm to 5pm. You can find out more, enter the quiz and volunteers to be part of the team on our relaunch page.