Join us for our final conference at Friends House, London(opposite Euston Station)on Monday 3 October 2016 - free of charge, all welcome. Travel bursaries for volunteers, great speakers, conservation demos, grant advice.
Come and learn about maintaining a historic building in Newcastle. The church is only a short walk from the central train station. The day will cover learning to survey your building and spot maintenance issues before they lead to expensive repairs.
Now that Autumn is upon us, you may be starting to think about your possible new church project whether it is repairs, refurbishment or re-ordering in order to provide for an additional community use of the church.
As we all know, installing a toilet in your church can make all the difference to what activities can take place there. Many of our rural churches are still not on main drainage so a waterless or dry toilet can be the answer.
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Not in one of our regions?
You can still get involved! We can’t have a Regional Support Officer dedicated to every region, but that hasn’t stopped the Maintenance Co-operative movement from spreading. Already local volunteers are taking the initiative to start their own co-operatives, supported by our online resources and a little help from our team over the phone. In some cases we can even help find local trainers to help you to get started. If you are interested in starting a Maintenance Co-op we would love to hear form you, we will do everything that we can to help. Please contact us for more information and to tell us about your plans.