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Ruling on ‘Our Lady of North Street’

by Shiranikha Herbert, Legal Correspondent

Posted: 08 Feb 2013 @ 12:15

THE Consistory Court of the diocese of York granted a faculty permitting works to the Lady Chapel in the north-east corner of the Grade I listed All Saints', North Street, York, on condition that, when the works had been completed, the Lady Chapel would not be promoted as a shrine to Our Lady of North Street.

A previous petition for a faculty for the works had to be withdrawn because the diocesan advisory committee, when recommending the proposal, had referred in their minute to ...

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