Welcome to the Tunstead and Sco-Ruston village website.
The parishes of Tunstead and Sco-Ruston are 11 miles north-east of Norwich, 2½ miles from Wroxham and Hoveton. Tunstead is a sprawling village of about 330 homes and just under 700 residents. Most of the parish is located on Market Street, with an additional 33 homes in Anchor Street, which is near to Smallburgh, and Sco-Ruston has around 20 homes. We are a tight-knit community.
We do hope that you find your visit helpful and that you call back regularly as the contents are often updated.
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Tag Archives: bell ringing
On Sunday 11th November, the Bells of St. Mary’s Church, Tunstead, will be rung by a group of local bell ringers. The group will be led by Aubrey Forster, who restored the bells in the 1990s. The church bells are only … Continue reading
A group of peripatetic bell ringers visited St Mary’s Church, Tunstead today, 12th July. I visited the church to capture the event in sight and sound. Here is a sample of the sights and sounds of the “Engine Room”. The Ringing … Continue reading
I popped along to Tunstead’s St Mary’s Church to offer a helping hand. It was part of the preparations for a busy month at the church. Keeping the church spruce falls into two principle activities; work on the inside and work … Continue reading