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Historic Churches
2015

LYDIA RAISES £1.5K FOR BRAIN TUMOUR CHARITY
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Cathedral Communications is delighted to announce that office administrator Lydia Porter has just raised over £1,500 for the Brain Tumour Charity by having her long hair shaved to a grade 2! It’s not too late to sponsor her. Read more.

 

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The 22nd edition of The Building Conservation Directory brings together the latest expert advice and up-to-date information on craft skills, conservation products and specialist services, as well as full course listings, event details and other essential information. Both print and digital copies of the 2015 edition will be available at the end of January.

DIGITAL EDITIONS

The following publications are now available as digital flipping books for your PC, tablet or smartphone:

The Building Conservation Directory 2015

The Building Conservation Directory 2014

Historic Churches 2014

 

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New Articles

A Spiritual Enterprise

St Andrew (west window, light 1, 1931-7)

Nick Haynes explores the history and design of Douglas Strachan's stained glass windows in the Arts and Crafts Memorial Chapel, University of Glasgow. Although he only lived to produce nine of the 18 commissioned, Strachan's genius is more than amply displayed in these outstanding examples of the medium.

Damp Movement in Rubble Walls

Conservation scientist and chartered surveyor Tim Floyd provides an overview of damp movement in church rubble walls, considering possible sources of water and the all-important role of wall construction.

 

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