Signpost - Ellingham and Kirby Cane

The church itself came from London and was erected in 1895. On the opening night it was filled to overflowing. A peppercorn rent of 50p per year was paid for all of its 86 years in service.

Reg Harvey and his wife, Hazel, outside St Mark's. He conducted his first service at this church on February 23rd 1947.

Reg & Hazel Harvey
St Mark's Mission Hall
Inside St Mark's Mission Hall

In 1981 Kirby Cane Parochial Church Council found that it could no longer afford to use the mission church. The last service was held on Sunday 22nd November 1981, conducted by Rev. Roger Blankley and Mr Bill Jenner read the epistle. The site returned to the owner, Mr Ernie Pye of Beccles. 



If you have any memories of St Mark's Mission Hall, please contact us - we'd love to hear them.