Due to the ongoing COVID19 pandemic services have been suspended in St Gregory the Great church. This a fluid situation and a notice is shown on the door when no services are being held. Please check the weekly circular for the latest information on services here and at the other churches in the Bridgnorth benefice. We remain a praying community and this church is open during daylight hours for individual private prayer. Visit us online on Facebook where you will find daily acts of worship and prayer. If you wish to speak to a member of the clergy please contact one of the Team Clergy (see Contact Us)

Morville Memories

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Fancy dress competition, Morville village hall, mid 1930’s

The Morville memories collection is an accumulation of local people’s memories, photos and newspaper cuttings, which have been donated to the display to be shared and enjoyed by others. The display which is located at the west end of the Morville Church has been put together and maintained by a Morville resident, Jane Gregory. It covers over 150 years of Morville history including Morville school photos going back to the early 1900’s and information about both Morville and Aldenham Halls and their inhabitants.

The items on display come from many different people and places. Shropshire archives at Shrewsbury and Bridgnorth Library have been the source pf d newspapers and reference books. Facebook has some great sites, memories of Shropshire, Bridgnorth Past, Broseley Past to name a few. Jane has visited other local villages and Churches to get advice and see how they exhibit their memories.

It is the local people who have been the biggest asset to this community collection of memories, giving up family photos and stories, thank you for all your support. The display may be viewed at any time when the Church is open.