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Huddleston chapel needs funding for repairs

13 March 2015


MORE than £20,000 is needed to restore a 50-year-old chapel in Tanzania (above and below), built by Trevor Huddleston during his time as Bishop of Masasi. St Cyprian's Chapel is used daily, but has suffered from a lack of repairs. Its stained-glass windows depict the Creation with African plants and animals.

An appeal to save the chapel has been launched by the Friends of Masasi and Newala, and is supported by Holy Trinity, Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire. They have already raised £10,000, but need £20,000 more before the chapel's 50th-anniversary celebrations in September.


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