Related content in “England”

  • Communications and Media Training

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    Specialised, affordable training from the Church of England.

  • Cottam Will Trust

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    Established under the will of Father Samuel Elsworth Cottam, who died in 1943 and operated by The Friends from 1977, the Trust exists to give grants towards "the purchase, for the advancement of religion, of objects of beauty to be placed in...

  • CPL Chartered Architects

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    CPL Chartered Architects (CPL) is an RIBA Chartered Practice. We work predominantly with Churches, Christian Organisations, Charities and Community Groups. Much of our work relates to the development of church and community buildings but our...

  • CRICK-SMITH Ltd

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    Crick-Smith est 1983. Specialists in the research and conservation of the interior and exterior decoration and finishes. Historic paint/wallpaper analysis and research for buildings, structures and historic artefacts. 

  • Devlin Plummer Stained Glass Ltd

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    We are specialists in the craft of design, conservation and restoration of leaded and stained glass windows. From our base in South Norfolk we have carried out contracts to over 500 churches, cathedrals and public buildings throughout East Anglia...

  • Diocese of Hereford

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    Regional diocese for the Church of England, including support and advice for church buildings.

  • Diocese of Lichfield

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    Regional diocese for the Church of England, including support and advice for church buildings.

  • Drapers Company

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    Founded over 600 years ago, the Drapers’ Company is incorporated by Royal Charter and is one of the Twelve Great Livery Companies in the City of London. The Company promotes its textile heritage through support for textile conservation, and...

  • England's Christian Heritage

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    Aims to provide a guide to all places of interest associated with well-known Christians in English history.

  • English Clergy Association

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    The English Clergy Association, founded in 1938, exists to support in fellowship all Clerks in Holy Orders in their Vocation and Ministry within the Church of England as by law established.