Parish Garden Appeal

Donations requested to support the Parish Garden Project Prior to construction of the new London Road in the early part of the 19th Century, there was no major entrance into St Nicholas Church from the south of the building. Beyond the graveyard boundary wall there were fields with much of...

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Arundel Festival Church History Talks

A member of our congregation, John Barkshire, is one of several leading authorities on the history and special architectural features of St Nicholas Church. During the Arundel Festival John will give 40-45 minute presentations in the church on the special history that surrounds us. His talks will take place on:...

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Arundel School Sporting Success

On Friday 23rd November Arundel Church of England School won the Create Development, Active Primary School Of The Year award by Active Sussex, a County Sports Partnership championing school sports participation. This was a countywide competition involving over 500 primary schools. It was awarded in recognition of ACE’s high quality...

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Armistice Centenary Service

To mark the centenary of the Armistice St Nicholas’ Parish Church and Arundel Cathedral organised a very special service of remembrance. On the evening of 18th November Christians from across Arundel, along with the bishops of Chichester and Arundel and Brighton, and the Duke and Duchess of Norfolk, and representatives...

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Parish Pilgrimage to Walsingham

On Monday 8th October ten pilgrims from St Nicholas’ set off for the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham. Activities were in part combined with the resident priests and the hundred-or-so pilgrims currently at Walsingham and in part within our own group. Fr David celebrated Mass with us and gave...

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Arundel Festival: Guided Tours of St Nicholas’ Church

St Nicholas’ is not only a beautiful church, much commented on by visitors, but has a fascinating history going back many centuries. Recent discoveries of ancient graffiti and masons’ marks made by the builders in the 14th century have added to the unique quality of the building. One of our...

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