Funding for energy saving lights at a church secured

SHINING LIGHT: New energy efficient lights have been installed at St George’s Church, Barbourne. The Rev Jo Musson, is pictured with church wardens Ian Pattison and Janet Peplow who are delighted with the new lights. 0614513401

John Anyon 4/2/14 0614513401New Energy Efficient lights at St George's Churhc, Barbourne.........................Rev Jo Musson, with Church Warden's, Ian Pattison and Janet Peplow are delighted with the new lights

First published in News

THE FUTURE looks bright for a church which has just been awarded a grant for energy efficient lights.

The grant will provide energy saving lighting, also good for the environment, illuminating the Chancel and Sanctuary area of Saint George's Church, in Barbourne.

Rev Jo Musson, Parish Priest, said: "We are delighted with this grant which has enabled us to really brighten up the whole chancel area. The benefits are being eco-friendly, a good thing for the planet, and being a huge plus for Saint George’s as a venue for concerts and productions."

The Friends of Saint George's Church secured the funding from Welcome to the Future, an organisation dedicated to sustainable development which orchestrates the Severn Waste Management Fund in Worcestershire and Herefordshire.

This is the second grant the Friends have secured from Welcome To The Future, after receiving funding to make improvements to the church's lights to facilitate meetings, concerts and exhibitions, in 2009.

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11:38am Wed 5 Feb 14

DanMacc says...

All the church does is take take take, they ask for money at funerals, at weddings and at christenings, They are constantly asking for money all the while the pope lives in a multi-billion pound palace filled with priceless artifacts and treasures.
All the church does is take take take, they ask for money at funerals, at weddings and at christenings, They are constantly asking for money all the while the pope lives in a multi-billion pound palace filled with priceless artifacts and treasures. DanMacc
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11:58am Wed 5 Feb 14

CJH says...

What's the pope got to do with it? This is an Anglican church. They may ask for money, but you don't have to give it if you don't want. It's as simple as that.
What's the pope got to do with it? This is an Anglican church. They may ask for money, but you don't have to give it if you don't want. It's as simple as that. CJH
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