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  • A Church Near You

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    Christmas and visiting churches go hand in hand. From carol services, through school nativity plays, Christingles and Christmas tree festivals and onto midnight mass and Christmas day morning services; it’s impossible to think about Christmas without visiting a church. The Twelve Days of Christmas was first published as a rhyme in 1780, with the tune coming from an arrangement of a traditional folk song in 1909. The twelve days start with Christmas Day.

  • Action with Communities in Cumbria

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    Community development organisation and Rural Community Council for Cumbria with over 60 years of experience assisting communities to achieve their aspirations.

  • Action with Communities in Rural England

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    Church Island is situated in the Menai Strait and is reached by crossing a small causeway from Belgian Promenade. It is something of an enigma as there is no clear evidence as to its origins. The Welsh name for the island is Ynys Tysilio, meaning the Island of Tysilio. Tysilio was a 6th century Welsh saint and it is widely believed that he established a church on the island, but no evidence has been found.

  • Alan Evans Memorial Trust

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    The Trust will consider giving grants to promote the permanent preservation for the benefit of the nation of lands and tenements (including churches) of beauty or historic interest and as regards land, the preservation (so far as practicable) of...

  • Allchurches Trust

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    Repair a crumbling church spire

  • Architectural Heritage Fund

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    Any donation will help a church and it's community

  • Art and Christianity Enquiry

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    ACE is the leading UK organisation in the field of visual art and religion. ACE offers stimulating educational projects and publications, advice, information and skills.

  • Art and Sacred Places

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    Art and Sacred Places is a unique national visual arts organisation which specialises in commissioning leading and emerging artists to make new works of contemporary art in response to sacred sites and their communities.

  • Arthur Rank Centre

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    For 40 years the Arthur Rank Centre has served both the spiritual and practical needs of the rural Christian community through a programme of community and social projects, resourcing and training.Its mission: to resource rural churches of all...

  • Arts Council

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    The most recognizable church on Anglesey, St Cwyfan's, is popularly known as the Church in the Sea (or eglwys bach y mor in Welsh). Perched on a tiny island called Cribinau and encircled by a sea wall, this simple medieval church dates to the 12th century. It is thought to be dedicated to the Irish St Kevin, who founded the monastery across the sea at Glendalough, Ireland.