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  • 1a Instalec Ltd (Church Lighting Systems)

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    Church Lighting Systems, part of Instalec Electrical Engineers and Contractors, is a specialist contractor for interior and exterior church lighting. With over 30 years’ experience in this field of work, our passion lies in making sure the best of...

  • A Church Near You

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    A Church Near You lists every church in the Church of England with accurate maps, contact information, service times and much more. 

  • 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.

  • APi Communications Ltd

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    APi Communications specialises in the design and installation of sound, projection and camera systems.Using our expert knowledge we can provide an audio visual system that meets your requirements, yet is easy-to-use.Installation and integration is...

  • 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.

  • Association of English Cathedrals

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    Dig your bare toes into the soft sand beyond the Llanddwyn Beach car park and glance to your right. There, in the near distance, is the Welsh Island of Love. Llanddwyn Island, just off Anglesey, is named after St Dwynwen, who retreated to the island in the early 5th century after an unhappy love affair. She became known as the patron saint of lovers and pilgrimages were made to her holy well on the island.

  • Austin (Heating & Air Conditioning) Ltd

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    One of the most exciting churches of the 21st century, the Holy Trinity Church became Hull Minster in just May this year! Celebrate this transformation by joining the wonderful heritage event in this striking feature of the Hull city centre. Stop and enjoy a soup, cake or tea in the Minster Kitchen before discovering how remarkable history is everywhere in this city. From tours looking at the stained glass, memorials and tower, to learning about figures of the past, the whole weekend offers a chance for you to explore a church as old as the city itself.

  • Baptist Union of Great Britain

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    National organisation for the BU including support and advice for church buildings.

  • Blackett-Ord Conservation Ltd

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    The Guards Chapel embodies the intimate grandeur that is potential in chapel architecture better than any other. It is a huge and open space, and the eye is drawn to the commanding golden apse. This is but a hint at the original spectacle, as the chapel was hit by a bomb in June 1944, killing 121 people. The plain style of rebuilding, now decorated with regimental flags, is a reminder of the tragedy of war but also of the resilience and bravery of the human spirit.

  • Blount Stained Glass

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    Stained glass for church windows and front doors, traditional or contemporary, designed and made to commission.