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Maggie Durran: When do building works need a faculty?

As a new churchwarden, I have a question about our building works: which of them will need faculty permission, and which of them can go ahead without it?

YOUR best adviser will be your archdeacon, or the secretary of the diocesan advisory committee (DAC), but I am happy to share the results of my experience.

Some readers may not be aware that faculty permission is required for all listed churches when work is to take place. It is a means of ...

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Faith and climate reach outwards

Religion and approaches to the earth are not just inner concerns, argues Andrew Davison  Read More

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