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2nd Appeal Committee minutes

9 in attendance
Vice-Presidents - encouraging response
President - no reply from the Admiral; other possibilities discussed
Potential Major Donors - rather mixed response; hope from Commerce; none had objected in principle to the project
Public Launch - speaker and venue discussed
Invitation list - listing a number of potential donors (38 categories in all); members to share research
Brochure - discussed
International Connections - USA, Ireland, Italy & Turkey connections discussed

The Guild of our Lady of Ipswich

3 Speech texts: Woodbridge CWL experience

These documents were found inside CWL-12-00-2.
All three were possibly written for presentation to the church congregation at Woodbridge. Each is by a different hand.
Pg1: Speech by June Rycraft (officer in 1982) - history, experience in fundraising and donations; exhortation to join CWL Woodbridge and to provide goods for "Good As New Sale"
Pg2: No name; text similar to Pg 1
Pg3: No name; text similar to Pg 1

40 delegates from Diocese to National Pastoral Congress

pg 1: Bishop Clark to lead 40 delegates to Congress in Liverpool May 2-6
pg 2: Aims of the Congress; The Agenda
pg 3: The Seven sectores; The East Anglia Priority; Sector Presidents
Pg 4-6: Deanery delegates listing
Pg 7: A message from the Bishop; The Diocesan Banner [made by Mrs Cicely Green, description of banner]
Pg 8: Congress Coach; Information Contacts (Fr Emmanuel Sullivan SA, Fr Anthony Rogers)

Manley, Robert Rev (-1983)

A City of Churches

Produced by Eastern Associates in association with Norwich Central Churches Together.
"A video production that celebrates the glory of the city churches taking the viewer through the seasons of church services as well as celebrating the diversity of worship across the denominations and the new uses many of the redundant churches fulfill. "

"A Clarification of facts re the Southwold Mary Gordon Legacy"

Page entitled "A Clarification of facts re the Southwold Mary Gordon Legacy" signed by R F P Howarth MC "I am, yours obediently in C.J." which indicates he's a clergyman.
Provided to help make the documents held in Northampton more intelligible.
Addresses of the legal organisations involved; payments associated with the will/wishes of Mr Gordon; Gates, Cope Votive candle stand all mentioned as being in the possession of Southwold mission.
Enclosures listed [not present]: 3 signature slips for Bank; 2 petitions for faculties to receive converts; letter from Gordon a/c executors; letter from solicitor Diocese Westminster; letter from Finance Board Westminster; Proof of £13 due to Mission a/c from Gordon a/c


"A Great Gothic Fane" - JE Dore personal copy (annotated)

"A Great Gothic Fane: The Catholic Church of St. John the Baptist, Norwich ; with Historical Retrospect of Catholicity in Norwich"; printed 1913; published by WT Pike & Co, Brighton; 310pp + illustrations.

This copy, as is seen on the flyleaf inscription, was owned by Mr John Edward Dore, son of Mr Thomas Dore "The Governor" who was Clerk of Works at the St John the Baptist Church construction project from 1906 until completed. Mr JE Dore's contribution was as his father's "right hand man" presumably from 1906 to 1912, during which time he looked after various construction tasks.

Mr JE Dore has added a number of ink annotations regarding individuals and aspects of the building of St John's.

A Marketing Plan for the Promotion of Walsingham

Report for Executive Association authored by John Rayne-Davis.
Title Page
Page 1: Background; Objectives; Promotion of the Association is to promote Walsingham
Page 2: Competition between Walsingham and Lourdes; Suggested strategies; Information Days
Page 3: Branch Activities; Recruitment of younger members
Page 4: Local media; Talks at Catholic Churches; The Internet
Page 5: Appendix - Talk to Churches in York after Sunday Mass

Walsingham Association

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