The government has published the details of £300 million in grants and £100 million in loans as part of the second round of The Culture Recovery Fund. Most relevant toContinue reading
To: all clergy and churchwardens in vacancy Please note that all documents referred to in this message can be found in the documents section of the national Church of England’s coronavirusContinue reading
This workshop will outline the DAC’s new environmental policy, what it will mean for churches and demonstrate successful strategies to heat churches while making a positive step towards being netContinue reading
Community Projects Fund Criteria for Applicants Applications for grant aid will only be considered for projects that fall within the Cotswold District Council Boundary. Applications will not be considered whereContinue reading
Have you ever wondered where the stone used to restore and repair Gloucester Cathedral comes from? Would you like to know more about the tools and techniques used by stonemasons to blend old and new? Over the next three weeks, Gloucester Cathedral is promoting four exciting new events exploring the how the building was made and the work of the extraordinary stonemasons who have maintained it for generations.
Some twenty years ago I went on sabbatical for three months from my churches in Cornwall, when I was working as a Methodist minister. The aim was to travel aroundContinue reading