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Sixteenth-century parsonage

Maggie Durran

by Maggie Durran

Posted: 08 Feb 2013 @ 12:14

Our parsonage house dates to the 1560s, but the diocese now wishes to sell it, and replace it with a modern house that is easier to maintain. Is there any way to raise funds and bring the house up to modern standards? It is close to the church tower; so I am sure it will be difficult to sell, and thus may be attractive only to us.

THIS letter highlights the struggle for working resources over valuable assets. The value of your parsonage house to local people is ...

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