NADFAS

What is NADFAS ?

It is a Church Trail designed by members of NADFAS (The National Association of Decorative & Fine Arts Societies)  in the form of a question and answer sheet for children aged 8 -12. But is really for people of all ages!  The trail guides the participant round a church looking at the architecture, history and furnishings.  A corresponding answer sheet is provided for accompanying adults.  The aim is to encourage children to explore the building, to learn about it and enjoy the experience so that they are inspired to visit other churches.

The trail may be used with schools; it may also be used by clergy and staff, with children’s groups and by families visiting the church. The questionnaire is an A4, black and white, two-sided sheet in a child-friendly design. The simplicity of this format keeps the cost of reproduction to the absolute minimum. The answers, on two sides of A4, are knowledgeable and
properly researched.

To download the trail for St Andrew’s Church Paull Click Here

So why not take the opportunity to visit St Andrew’s Church Paull and try our trail for yourself. The Church is open on a Sunday between 2 pm and 4 pm, May and September, the coffee shop within the church serves refreshments at this time, delicious home baking, a great cup of coffee or tea and a very warm welcome.  Make it your destination where it is a perfect place to base your explorations of the local area, salt marsh, nature reserve, River Humber, Fort Paull, local riding school or countryside

If you would like to organise a school visit or any other organisation then we can, with prior arrangement, open the church at any other time to suit you. To arrange a visit contact  Mandy Annison on 01964 626115.

There is a toilet and ‘The Riverside Pop in coffee shop’ within the Church is open every Sunday or by prior arrangement (refreshments can be served in this area).

Paull is a small rural village on the banks of the River Humber with a long history going back to the Domesday Book and is described in our Heritage Trail book available from the Church or any of the Pubs in the Village

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