33 churches saved for the future by the latest grants from the National Churches Trust
Thirty-three churches across the UK, including four in Northern Ireland, will stay open and in good repair thanks to £473,750 of funding awarded by the National Churches Trust in their latest round of grants.
“We’re delighted that the National Churches Trust is able to support so many churches – safeguarding the unique heritage inside these wonderful buildings and keeping them open for the benefit of local people,” shares Claire Walker, Chief Executive of the National Churches Trust.
The Northern Ireland churches to receive grants were Church of the Immaculate Conception, Strabane; All Saints’ Parish Church, Antrim; Parish Church of St Ignatius, Carryduff and St Matthew, Keady.
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