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Managing Your Historic Place of Worship

We are running a free one-day course for people who care for listed places of worship in Nottinghamshire, in partnership with the Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham.

  • Are you a volunteer looking after a listed church or historic place of worship?
  • Do you wonder how to adapt it for the 21st century, or keep it in good repair?
  • Would you like to get help from heritage experts and meet fellow officers?

If so this free course is for you.

Thursday 19 October 2017
10 am - 3.15 pm at Jubilee House, 8 Westgate, Southwell, Nottinghamshire NG25 0JH

The course is designed for church officers and other volunteers responsible for the fabric of a listed place of worship. Some of the East Midlands' key advisers will be on hand to help you think through your plans for maintaining, repairing, developing and adapting your building - finding solutions which help you sustain and enhance it.

Find out what's on the programme, and book your place

Two bookings can be taken from each congregation which uses a historic place of worship in Nottinghamshire.

For any queries please email:

Reordering work in progress inside St John, Clarborough, Nottinghamshire
Reordering work in progress at St John, Clarborough, Nottinghamshire © Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham
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