We’re in the news!
The Hatley website hits the headlines (almost)
The Friends of Friendless Churches owns St Denis’ in East Hatley – along with 51 other redundant churches in England and Wales.
Here’s a snippet of interest in the current (Summer 2019) issue of the FoFC’s quarterly newsletter – it’s yet another mention (we’re losing count) of St Denis’… but this time the main feature is this website – click on the photo to see what they say.
The FoFC relies on donations, legacies and its membership for its income – the cost of joining is a very modest £30.00 / year (with serious discounts for joint members), although they are reviewing the rates, so now is the time to join.
The tangible benefits of joining include joint membership with the Ancient Monuments Society (AMS), the quarterly newsletter and a copy of the annual Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, itself worth the subscription.
The non-tangible benefit is the warm feeling one has knowing if it wasn’t for the likes of the AMS / FoFC, Historic Houses and people like you, much of our built heritage would by now have been destroyed. By joining, you are helping to preserve our past for future generations to enjoy.
Gamlingay Gazette, too
The July / August 2019 issue of the Gamlingay Gazette also ‘covers’ the new website in an article on page 28.
Okay, we did write it – but if this is your first visit to this site because you saw the piece, thanks for taking a look.
Please let us know if you like what you find here via Kim Wilde at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Retired after 15 years – our original post on the change over to this new website.
- St Denis’ in the news – press coverage generated through our evening openings.
Post created 10 June 2019; updated 26th June 2019.