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Supporting All Saints Church, Morston

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Getting involved in your community is an important way to make a difference. Whether you have time, money, or ideas, you can help make a difference.

One way to help is by donating money to help a local cause, such as Morston Church. With your donations, we are able to raise funds to maintain and repair the building where needed and when necessary.

Another way to get involved is by volunteering your time to help with our local activities and events. This is a great way to make connections and find new opportunities to get assist with our appeals.

Finally, think of creative fundraising ideas to help our community. Whether you are planning an event (such as our regular quizzes, arts events or our previously hugely successful Book Sale), your ideas can help make a difference.

Read on to find out how you can make an immediate difference today.

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To date (August 2023) over £2,250.00 has been raised by our supporters!!

'A Morston Tale (& Other Christmas Stories)'

In these uncertain, unprecedented and changeable times we can at least appreciate that there are some things of which we can be quite sure – Christmas Day will fall on December 25th. 

Usually, no Christmas Eve was complete until the voices of the Morston Carol Singers fill the village starry night sky air as they entertain locals and guests while collecting money for the maintenance and repair of All Saints Church.  However, under pandemic restrictions it was difficult to guarantee that this annual delight would be feasible (or even permitted) under COVID-19 guidelines. 

As a form of alternative festive fare, Morston-based musician Richard Longley, together with Sandra Morris, wrote ‘A Morston Tale’ – an exclusive Christmas song for the village featuring vocals by Sandra’s daughter Bethan.

To accompany ‘A Morston Tale’, Richard and Bethan joined with 'Les Bicyclettes de Belsize' and ‘The Merstona Orchestra’ - conducted by D’Arby Stakes – to record an album of much-loved popular songs and traditional carols. The resulting collection of songs can be heard and downloaded here for just £10.00 - or pay more if you’d like to - with proceeds from sales going to Friends of Morston Church, a registered charity dedicated to raising funds for the maintenance and repair of All Saints Church, Morston, Norfolk (

The full track listing is: 
01 A Morston Tale – Les Bicyclettes de Belsize 
02 White Christmas – Les Bicyclettes de Belsize 
03 God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (instrumental) – The Merstona Orchestra 
04 In The Bleak Midwinter – Bethan Morris 
05 Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer – Les Bicyclettes de Belsize 
06 The Sussex Carol (instrumental feat: Rob Lamontagne) – The Merstona Orchestra 
07 The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting) (instrumental) – The Merstona Orchestra 
08 Let It Snow Let It Snow Let It Snow – Les Bicyclettes de Belsize 
09 Carol of the Bells (instrumental) – The Merstona Orchestra 
10 The First Nowell (instrumental) – The Merstona Orchestra 
11 Silent Night – Bethan Morris 
12 White Christmas (alternative version) – Bethan Morris / Richard Longley 
13 In The Bleak Midwinter (alternative version) – Bethan Morris 
14 A Morston Tale (demo) - Richard Longley 

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