Cathedrals confront cash crises with endowment plan
PEERS and bishops urged the Government last month to provide an
endowment of £50 million for cathedrals.
A debate on English cathedrals, moved
by Lord Cormack, a Conservative peer and former General Synod
member, took place in the House of Lords on 28 June. Opening the
debate, Lord Cormack proposed that the £50 million be "provided as
an endowment for the cathedrals of England over the next five
years, with the money given to and channelled through ...
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