|Time:||10.00 - 4.30|
|Location:||King's Centre, Norwich|
63-75 King Street, Norwich, Norfolk NR1 1PH
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|Organiser:||Norwich Historic Churches Trust and Friends of Norwich Historic Churches Trust|
|Price:||£40.00 (includes coffee, tea, and a hot buffet lunch)|
This day conference is sponsored jointly by the Trust and the Friends.
Speakers: Dr Francis Young (editor of the official history of the Diocese of East Anglia) : RC chapels of Norwich; Stella Jackson (Regional Project Officer (Lincolnshire), Maintenance Cooperatives Project) ‘Working co-operatively with closed churches: the Holland Coastal Group’; Canon Stephen Saxby (Vicar, St Barnabas, Walthamstow, and PhD student, KCL) ‘The use and abuse of church “re-use”: an historical perspective from 1833 to the present’; Robert Piggott (PhD student, Huddersfield) ‘Historic Churches: Heritage and Voluntary Action’; Dr Elizabeth Gemmill (Fellow, Kellogg College, Oxford) ‘Valuations of churches in the medieval diocese of Norwich’; Peter Aiers (Director, CCT South East) ‘What is the future for historic parish churches?’
To book a place, please write to Stella Eglinton at: NHCT, St Peter Parmentergate, 76 King Street, Norwich NR1 1PG, enclosing a cheque for £40.00 per person (payable to ‘Norwich Historic Churches Trust’).
For further details or enquiries, please contact on her on: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01603-611530 (Tuesdays and Thursdays).