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Support arrangements for the Diocesan Advisory Committee (DAC), the body that advises parishes wishing to undertake work on the fabric or furnishings of their churches or churchyards, are changing.
The new memorial website is the result of 8 years of research by Bath Abbey’s archive team of staff and volunteers which was carried out as part of the Footprint Project, funded largely by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
All four chalices, created during the reign of Elizabeth I, were discovered in churches in Allerton, Badgworth, Mark and Weare.
This week we welcome Jonathan Foyle who takes over as the Bath and Wells Church Buildings Adviser whilst Emma Brown is on maternity leave.
Decades of planning comes to fruition as new hospitality space is opened for everyone to use.
Celebrations as community hub inside the church reaches fruition.
The church has been serving its community since 1372 when Edward III was on the throne of England.
The local community, both church members and non-members, raised £150,000 for the bells at The Church of St Peter and St Paul in North Curry to be recast.
While we await clarity from the Government on its energy plan, our Buildings and Environment teams have put together some general guidance in a Energy Crisis Advice for Parishes guide.
A time-lapse recording captures the restoration of the spire and the Revd Claire conducts a blessing at height!
Grade I Listed St Peter and All Hallows in West Huntspill uses the funding to repair the building and provide support for the whole community.
The six-month restoration project to replace a St Thomas' church spire, that came down during Storm Eunice, will be completed this week.
The anonymous gift paid for the installation of solar panels on the church roof.
The Old Deanery formerly the base of central offices of the Diocese of Bath and Wells is to be marketed by global real estate agents Savills, from 11 March 2022.
The makeup of the Diocesan Advisory Committee (DAC), the body which makes the recommendation to the Diocesan Chancellor for approval for churches to make changes to consecrated buildings, is changing following approval by Synod.
A steeplejack climbs to the top of St Thomas's Church in Wells to see the damage caused after the top of the spire came off during high winds.
St. Peter and St. Paul's Church Muchelney, near Langport on the Somerset Levels, has moved one step closer towards its plans to become a community hub after receiving a £12,500 grant from South Somerset District Council.
Thousands are raised by the church community to pay for the repair and restoration of the bells and bell tower
"It's not been without its setbacks, but every time we've had a setback God's hand has been on it, he has been watching over us."