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English Heritage to Dr Heley: Architects

Richard Halsey writes. A list of Architects is attached [not present] who are well known to Mrs Hester Agate (Secretary to Diocesan Advisory Committee) (also Secretary of the Suffolk Historic Churches Trust); address provided. Statutory requirements are a "minefield" for the inexperienced, so a professional adviser fully aware of the legal side is vital.

English Heritage

Minutes of fifth meeting of the Council of the Shrine

Sr Cathaldus recently elected as Provincial of Marist Sisters; Fr Graystone recovering from an accident.
Slipper chapel development - Mr Wingate: estimated completion 15 August 1981; 340 seated and 300 standing; Fr Birch's designated Sacristy gifts not included in firm estimate and amount to £20,000.
Financial Report.
Constitution discussion deferred.

Hawkes, John Edward Bro SFO (-2005)

Minutes of fourth meeting of the Council of the Shrine

Revised plans for Slipper Chapel will be presented to the Hierarchy in Low Week (emphasis on Shrine simplicity and realistically priced scheme). Architect, Mr Wingate, presented the revised plans (£326,000 for Slipper Chapel and £9.500 for adaption of Holy Ghost Chapel and Sacristy).
Resolved "...Shrine Council proceed with the plans as presented...".

Hawkes, John Edward Bro SFO (-2005)

Minutes of second meeting of the Council of the Shrine

Three Resolutions:

  1. "... Falcon House be sold to the Marist Fathers at a sum to be negotiated by the Bishop, the Provincial and the Director."
  2. "... Director proceed with plans to extend the accommodation and dining facilities of Elmham House, the scheme to be partly financed by the sale of Falcon House..."
  3. "...Bishop and Director should proceed with the discussions with the Architect ... and that the Bishop should invite some members of the Council to serve on a special executive committee to consider the development of the Slipper Chapel site."

Hawkes, John Edward Bro SFO (-2005)

Minutes of seventh meeting of the Council of the Shrine, November 1981

  • GB ARCHON 2913 WSHR-01-01-17
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  • 1981-8-26 to 1981-11-20
  • Part of Walsingham Shrine

Matters arising: National Feast Day of Our Lady of Walsingham – Bishop Gray (chairman of National Liturgical Commission) approached, matter not raised at Hierarchy meeting yet.

Directors report: Chapel of Our Lady of Reconciliation handed over by the builders on 11 November; Appeal £440,000 raised; Repair work to Slipper Chapel; Canon Francis Kieran's bequest; Security at Slipper Chapel; Dedication of Chapel of Reconciliation on 25 March; Season 1981; Railway Track; Sick Pilgrims Accommodation; Properties in Village Report; Liturgy on the new Chapel; Ecumenical relationships – Pope's visit.

Constitution: Amended to reflect requirement to have independent audit when soliciting funds from the public.

Bursar's Report – Staff reorganised

Post meeting – viewing of video made by employees of Anglia Television used by Walsingham Association and others.

Phillips, Murial Mrs

Minutes of third meeting of the Council of the Shrine

Welcomed Rev A Carefull, Administrator of the Anglican Shrine at Walsingham.
Received the Report of the director.
The Architects Michael Wingate and Henry Rolph from Purcell presented to the meeting.

  1. "... Diocesan valuers should survey the two properties [Pilgrim Hall and the old school building] before any further discussions and decisions were made."
  2. "... Architects proceed with a larger model for publicity and money raising purposes. It should be ready for the next meeting of the Hierarchy."

Hawkes, John Edward Bro SFO (-2005)