Saint Edmund, Downham Market, Norfolk

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 Contacting Us  In the first instance, please contact the Rector:

Fr. James W. Mather ssc
The Rectory, King's Walk, Downham Market, Norfolk PE38 9LF.

Telephone : (01366) 382187            To e-mail: click here

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The Parish of Downham Market is located in the County of Norfolk
and the Fincham & Feltwell Deanery of the Diocese of Ely.

The parish is under the Episcopal Care of the Bishop of Richborough.

Downham Market is grouped with Crimplesham and Stradsett.

 

How to Find Us

Parish Boundary
(plus Downham West and Lady Drove)
Parish Boundary (plus Downham West and Lady Drove)

Downham Market - Detail showing St Edmund's
Downham Market - Detail showing St Edmund's

This link takes you to the 'A Church Near You' webpage for St Edmund's.
For the parish map (which also shows parish boundaries and an aerial photo view), click on 'Find Us' .

 

St Edmund's Church and Church Hall
Up the gravel Church Drive (lined with lime trees on one side) where King's Walk meets Church Road.  This is opposite Cannon Tyres, at the end of the 'Great Wall of Downham' -  believe us, you can't miss it...!!

Parking
Either in town on a proper car park (off Paradise Road) and walk the short distance up to the Church (300m);
Or on the 'Church Piece' - i.e. field! - at owner's own risk ... this is a rural area, the field can be muddy in wet weather...

Rail
Downham Market is on the London King's Cross-King's Lynn line.  Regular service.  King's Lynn 20 minutes.  Ely 20 minutes.  Cambridge 40 minutes.  London 1 hour 20 minutes.

Walking from Downham Market Railway Station (about 3/4 mile).  Turn left out of the station and walk straight up the hill (Railway Road which becomes Bridge Street), through the town centre.

Where Bridge Street meets the High Street (by the Town Clock), cross the road and go up either one of the two passage ways straight ahead (Sounding Alley and Playhouse Yard), both of which lead up to the Church.

Or, for those who require it, a taxi service generally meets the most popular trains.  (At other times you may have to ring for one on arrival at the station.)