A number of events are planned for 2022, circumstances permitting. Follow the link for further information.
In 2022, Little Gidding will host a programme of Quiet Days at Ferrar House (using St John’s Church as well). These will be led by local ministers – not all ordained, and not all Anglican. Held on the fourth Friday
Sunday 10 July 2022 “If you came this way …” T S Eliot at Little Gidding An inspirational day of talks, readings, and discussions near the pig-sty, the dull façade, and the tombstone – all made famous by Eliot’s great poem.
The 2022 Pilgrimage is on Saturday 14 May and will be led by the Revd Malcolm Guite. For more information, to let us know you are coming, and to book Lunch and/or Tea, follow the link.
The annual commemoration of Nicholas Ferrar takes place at Little Gidding on the Saturday closest to his feast day, Saturday 4 December 2021, with a celebration of Holy Communion at 10.30am. The Very Revd Dr Philip Buckler will preside, and afterwards give a talk. The Friends’ AGM will be held after lunch. For more information, follow the link.
The 2021 Pilgrimage has been delayed to Saturday 25 September and will be led by the Revd Canon Fiona Brampton, Chaplain at Little Gidding. For more information, to let us know you are coming, follow the link.
Following the completion of the restoration work on the roof, and the easing of Covid-19 restrictions, Little Gidding Church is now open for private prayer. Under current regulations, some safety rules remain in place, including social distancing and wearing of
On Sunday 9 May 2021, Ferrar House at Little Gidding will be participating in the National Garden Scheme “open gardens”. Come and see these beautiful gardens, where work has continued throughout the last year. Sunday 9 May 2021, 10.30am —
The 2021 T S Eliot Festival planned for Sunday 11 July, has been postponed to 2022. Follow the link for more information.
Whilst Ferrar House is closed during the pandemic, the opportunity is being taken to undertake major work on the fabric. This picture shows the dining room, looking out over the lawn towards the Church. The floor is being replaced in