An ‘ad clerum’ ( Latin for ‘to the clergy’) is a letter or announcement primarily addressed to ordained ministers from their Bishop. There are regular, formal notices that the Bishop uses to inform or instruct his clergy for their awareness or action. There are also other ad hoc letters and notes about specific topics.
Registrar General form Side 1: requesting registration of Leiston RC Church as a place of worship. Side 2: register number 69524 in District of Blyth. 24 April 1964. Signed E Gray pp Registrar General. Annotation: "In lieu of W. No. 49787 (M. No. 25048)
9 pages of analysis over time. Monitoring approaches to and responses from potential donors: 30 November 1989; 8 February 1990; 8 March 1990; 9 July 1990; 16 August 1990; 24 September 1990; 13 November 1990; 8 January 1991; 5 June 1991.
A blank form with one name inserted "Edwardus Fleming" - it is a testimonial stating that there is no known impediment as to why he should not be admitted to English Congregation of Benedictines. manuscript annotation: "Sent on Certificate only own form to Fr Campbell, Beccles, to be forwarded to Abbot Kimberley is all is right. July 24/28."
Approval for a Housing Improvement Grant for St Mary's Priory in Great Yarmouth in response to an application made on 19 November 1985. Work estimate is £8569.80 with a 75% grant of £3795 requiring addressee (RCDEA Trustees) to find the different of £4775.80. The work detailed is to recover roofs using existing slates, replacing valley gutters and flashings in lead. Recover flat roofs with lead; replace all gutters and rainwater pipes; replace fascia boarding.