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  1. Bishop of Carlisle supports Children's Commission on Poverty inquiry
  2. Bishop of Carlisle welcomes General Synod vote on women bishops
  3. Churches to mark centenary of the First World War
  4. Diocesan awards for Cumbrian schools & churches
  1. The Bishop of Carlisle has supported young people who are gathering evidence on the reality of child poverty in the UK, as part of the first inquiry led by children.
    Thursday 17 July 2014Read more...
  2. The Rt Rev James Newcome, The Bishop of Carlisle, has welcomed the vote by General Synod to enable the creation of women bishops.
    Tuesday 15 July 2014Read more...
  3. A series of special services and events are to be held across the Diocese of Carlisle to mark the centenary of the start of the First World War.
    Thursday 10 July 2014Read more...
  4. A Diocesan award is to recognise Cumbrian local churches which have helped build strong partnerships with their schools.
    Friday 4 July 2014Read more...
Furness Deanery

The Parish of Aldingham

Benefice: Aldingham, Dendron, Rampside and Urswick
Vicar: The Revd Alex Armstrong
Address: The Vicarage
Great Urswick
Ulverston
Cumbria
LA12 OTA
Telephone: 01229 581383
Email: amvarmstrong@hotmail.com
Website: http://www.explorelowfurness.co.uk

Aldingham St Cuthbert

Location: Aldingham Church hugs the Cumbrian side of Morecambe Bay and is open to the wild beauty of the Bay area. It is an idyllic location 3 miles along the ‘Coast Road’ from Ulverston just beyond the villages of Baycliffe and Scales, and attracts many visitors walking the coast or looking for a quiet, unspoilt beach. A haven of peace for folk from Barrow. The rural parish takes in Newbiggin and Roosebeck.
Description: The Church is largely of Norman origin (12th century) but a worn Anglo-Saxon cross fragment in the east wall and some evidence of Viking burials suggests a much older sacred site. It was extended substantially during the time of Revd. John Stonnard, friend to Queen Victoria; unfortunately his ‘extensions’ caused much of the earlier parts to be lost to us. Like many of our churches Aldingham reveals different generations and their attention through its visual architectural history. It is currently facing the need for substantial restoration work to fabric seriously eroded by the weather over the years. See the website for history and more pictures.
1st Sunday: 11.00am Mattins
2nd Sunday: 9.30am Communion at St. Matthews, Dendron
3rd Sunday: 11.00am All Age service
4th Sunday: 11.00am Communion
Aldingham St Cuthbert