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£2m is awarded, but Salisbury misses out

by Rachel Harden

SALISBURY CATHEDRAL has protested at being left out of the latest round of grants by English Heritage.

In all, English Heritage announced grants of £2.1 million, split between 28 cathedrals. Grants range from £250,000 each to Lichfield, Lincoln, and St Edmundsbury & Ipswich, to £5000 to Blackburn for repointing and investigating guttering.

Salisbury, which is in the middle of a large-scale repair programme, said on Thursday of last week that it appeared to have ...

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