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  • Artefacts

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    This was our local church during eight happy years I spent in the Yorkshire Dales and it was treasured not only as a place of worship but also as a kind of community centre. It’s often called the Cathedral of the Dales for reasons that become instantly apparent when you see it. It is massive.

  • Association for Heritage Interpretation

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    A key forum for anyone interested in interpretation – the art of helping people explore and appreciate our world.

  • Association for Heritage Interpretation

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    A key forum for anyone interested in interpretation – the art of helping people explore and appreciate our world.

  • Association of Denominational Historical Societies and Cognate Libraries

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  • Birmingham Faith Encounter Programme

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    A multi-faith group working to develop mutual respect and understanding between people of all faiths and none in the West Midlands who have pioneered the development of an accredited Faith Guiding Course in partnership with the Institute of...

  • Building Conservation (Cathedral Communications)

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    Cathedral's in-house publications include: The Building Conservation Directory, Historic Churches, Historic Gardens.Cathedral also publishes: The Institute for Archaeologists Yearbook, The Institute of Historic...

  • Building on History: the Church in London

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    Showing the ways in which historical awareness can be of practical value for the contemporary church, contributing to its self-understanding, current activities and future strategy.

  • Cathedral Plus

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    Cathedrals Plus brings together both clergy and laity who have responsibility for the care of visitors and education. Communication amongst members is conducted through regional meetings, a newsletter, and the website, as well as one-to-one...

  • Catholic Heritage

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    The website for the Networking Archives and Libraries in the Catholic Church (NALCC) project. This network is forging partnerships between diocesan archives, Bishops’ Conferences’, seminaries, and religious orders in order to provide a...

  • 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.