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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.

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