Sunday mornings

Children and young people are welcome at all our services. There is a children's area in the north transept of St. Vigor's Church, Fulbourn, and at the back of St. Nicholas' Church, Great Wilbraham, for the under 5's.

Sunday School at Fulbourn
This takes place every Sunday during the 11 a.m. service, in the Sunday school rooms within St. Vigor’s . They are led by our Parish Assistant or an ordinand and a team of volunteers.

Mid-week activities: Under 5's

Baby Dragons on Tuesday's, 9:30 - 11.30 a.m. at the Townley Hall, Fulbourn Centre
(during term time).
Crafts, toys, stories and songs.
£1.50 per adult and child.  All welcome.


Parent & baby group
Come to 'Twelve' and enjoy coffee, cake and a chat - especially for babies and toddlers.
Alternate Thursdays at 11.00 a.m. in Twelve.
  Reading to children

Mid-week activities in our local schools

Happy Sad Club on Thursdays at Great Wilbraham Primary School.
Happy Sad Club offers a safe space for the children from Great Wilbraham Primary School to share what is going on in their lives. This is run with the PSHE Coordinator (Personal Social and Health Education). Topics the children share and in which they support each other include bereavement, illness in the family, divorce, health, bullying and managing anger. Lots of happy things are shared too.

Assemblies and school services
The clergy and members from our churches run regular assemblies and school services at Fulbourn Primary School and Great Wilbraham Primary School. 


Various special events are held during the year, for example an 'All Saints Party'. We also run craft mornings and special events to celebrate major Christian festivals.

Crib service
Crib service on Christmas Eve


Child Protection
The Churches of St Vigor's, St Nicholas' and St John's are committed to protecting children, young people and vulnerable adults in our congregations. We have a Child Protection Policy in place which is written in accordance with current proceedures and guidelines and is reviewed annually by the PCCs. All those who help with young people or vulnerable people in our Parishes are asked to complete a Criminal Records Bureau check, give two personal referees who will vouch for their character and read and sign our Child Protection Policy (for those working with under 18's).