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An Agreement concerning the Lynford Monstrance

Signed by Bishop Clark / Emmanuel Sullivan, Parish Priest, Clive Birch, Administrator of Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham.
The Lynford Monstrance, [property of the parish of St Thomas of Canterbury with Our Lady of Consolation and St Stephen (Brandon cum Lynford) shall be considered on indefinite loan to the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham. Assuming prudent care and attention to its safety and security, exoneration to loanees for its loss/damage. Agree to respect ownership and right of use by the parish.

Sullivan, Emmanuel Rev SA

Minutes of twelfth meeting of the Council of the Shrine, March 1984

Statue from King's Lynn - £950 for replacement; 26 men agreed to carry it to Walsingham
Jubilee Celebration - reception for contractors and others on 12 September 1984
Extension to Elmham House - plans submitted; Mr Warwick to provide detailed financial statement; planning permission to convert old school to offices; accommodation for the Sick
Directors report - Curtis Chalice and the Gothic Monstrance repaired; press day a great success
Accounts 1982/3
Memorial service for Rev Bruno Scott James
Manager's report - bed nights up 1000 on 1983
Conditions of employment - approved
Ring of Bells - Br Peter Rollings' study received, but an installation not thought to be appropriate

Phillips, Murial Mrs