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Churches queue up for lavatory grants from trust

by Paul Wilkinson

Posted: 10 Oct 2014 @ 12:13

REQUESTS for grants to install lavatories and repair roofs top the list of applications approved by the National Churches Trust, its annual review for 2013-2014 reports.

And, while they might seem the most mundane, they are vital in ensuring that churches continue their good work, the Trust's chief executive, Claire Walker, said.

"Toilets can help churches, chapels, and meeting houses survive," she said. "Toilets allow churches to become more welcoming to worshippers, ...

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