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  • Annual inspections

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  • Architects specifications

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  • Carrying out a history audit

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  • Checklists

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  • Christian Research

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    Christian Research, an authoritative voice on the Christian world, has been providing professional research and insight for 20 years.Operating a Christian online panel with over 14,000 panellists, identifying long term religious...

  • Christianity and Culture

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    Cobbled climbs are much revered in world cycling. In Scarborough the cobbles were for the horse’s hooves and fishermen’s hauls rather than for cycle fans to enjoy. Nonetheless, I found the cobbles of Castlegate a sturdy challenge on the ascent to the commanding view point of St Mary’s church. The bay, far below, hosts its third annual stage finish for the Tour this year. St Mary’s is as popular with the helicopter TV crew as the ice creams are with the riders.

  • Church property register

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  • Church recording

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  • Church risk planner

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  • Churches

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    St Werburgh was an Anglo Saxon princess, born around 650AD. She was a nun at the convent of her aunt, St Etheldreda. Her most famous story is of a goose restored to life, although there is another tale in which she banished all geese from a village. In the Middle Ages, the pilgrim badge for visiting the Shrine of St Werburgh, now on display behind the altar at Chester Cathedral, was a basket of geese.