St. George's Parish Church,
ST. GEORGE'S PARISH CHURCH
St. George's Church is situated at the centre of the village of Littleport and serves an extremely large parish including that of Little Ouse (previously St. John's) to the east and St. Matthew's to the west.
Littleport itself lies some 20 miles north of Cambridge and 23 miles south of King's Lynn.
Please take a few moments to look at the various pages that will tell you more about our church and the people connected to it.
We look forward to welcoming you personally to our church at one of the services or events - please mention this website when you meet us.
A link to a location map can be found at the bottom of the services page.
As a parish within the Church of England, we are part of the Deanery and Diocese of Ely. For details of the wider church with which we are involved please go to the Diocesan Website (this will open in a new window)
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Revd. Howard Robson
30 Church Lane,
Telephone: 01353 864695
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Site last updated December 2017
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