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“Saving the Spire” on Northgate
We have received devastating news about the extent of repairs necessary to make our Church building safe, and we are seeking to obtain any institutional or charity financial support available.
A JustGiving campaign has been launched, which we pray will be supported by the local community as well as people and organisations in surrounding areas
Major repairs are required to make our Church safe for use. We are currently carrying out urgent repairs to the steeple and rear chimneys to make them secure. This work is already fully funded.
The roof also needs extensive (and expensive) repairs. The cost for this vital work to be carried out, and to preserve this iconic building for the town and community, is estimated to be in the region of £250,000. Northgate Church can be saved – but only if the community comes together and makes the funds available for urgent repairs to be carried out …
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