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Dedicate A Slate At St Marylebone
St Marylebone Parish Church has had great success in a grant application for repairing the church roof, and now need your help to reach their final target. You can now dedicate a slate to St Marylebone Parish Church and become part of the building’s history. All funds will go towards a new roof for the parish church, which will help remove St Marylebone from the Historic England ‘Buildings at Risk Register’ and shrink their environmental impact.
By dedicating a slate to a friend, family member or anyone else, your dedication will be marked on one of the new roof slates in silverpoint, so you’ll know it’s there every time you pass the church. Dedications can be made by making a one-off gift of £25, and the final date for dedications is Friday 3 December. Work on the roof is due to be completed by spring 2022. Find out more here.
The campaign comes on the back of a fantastic £460,800 grant from Historic England’s Major Works Fund grant scheme. The roof, which dates from 1883, is in need of urgent repairs which you can find out more about here.
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