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A memorandum on Long-term planning for the Shrine

Memo with main headings: 1968 Bishop Grant's long-term plans; The situation today; A Forecast; Proposals for - Authority, Land, Buildings Maintenance, Inadequacies of Buildings, Development of Slipper Chapel Area (Parish Church, Confessions, Sacristy, Blessed Sacrament Chapel); Shelter; Development in the Village; Finance; Staffing (Lay, Priests, Volunteers).

Connelly, Roland William Rev SM MA (1921-2004)

Accounts

1968 Balance sheet (covering letter by Claude Fisher); Oct 1969 Statement of Funds; 1969 Income/Expenditure; 1970 10 Year Cash flow spreadsheet (including Diocese and Bishops' individual donations listed); 1971 Income and expenditure analysis; 1972 Administrator's report and accounts; 1973 Administrator's report and Accounts; 1974 Administrator's report and Accounts (plus usage statistics); 1975 Balance sheet plus notes; 1976 1st Quarter summary sheet; 1976 2nd Quarter summary sheet; 1976 3rd Quarter summary sheet; 1975-1976 Insurance specification (Walsingham properties); 1975/6 Accounts; 1977 accounts; 1977 budget comparison; 1978 accounts; 1979 accounts (draft); 1980 accounts (audited); 1979/1980 manuscript spreadsheet outgoings; 1981 accounts; 1981 Estimated Cash flow - Slipper Chapel; 1982 Accounts; [c October 1982 - auction] Analysis of Expected revenue and expenditure; 1984 Walsingham Trust Accounts; 1984 Accounts; 1985 Accounts; 1986 Accounts; 1987 Accounts; 1988 Accounts; 1989 Walsingham Trust Accounts; 1989 Accounts; 1990 Accounts; 1990/91 Income & Expenditure estimates; 1991 Accounts; 1992 Accounts; 1993 Accounts; 1994 Accounts; 1995 Trust Annual report and Accounts; 1995 Accounts; 1996 Accounts; 1997 Trust Annual report and Accounts

Fisher, Claude MBE KSG (-1985)

Architect Report - Future Planning for Slipper Chapel - June 1979

  1. Present Building; 2. Existing Layout of the Site; 3. The Open Sided Church; 4. Requirements for Further Accommodation; 5. Suggested Plan; Approximate Costs; Further Action.
    Provided funds secured and once planning permission obtained, 8 weeks to prepare bills of quantities and obtain tenders, possible to start early Summer 1980.

Purcell Miller Tritton & Partners

Architect's Progress Report - summary

Page 1: Summary of progress; Drawings & Bill of Materials prepared, Cost balanced by savings, Tender accepted (cost £409,800), late revisions (partitions, confessionals, storage, WCs), Programme (completion mid August 1981)
Page2-3: Extract from Bill of Materials for purposes of designated Gifts - "Certain works to be included in the overall project cannot be specifically designed or detailed at the tendering stage and the following estimated costs are including for such items, and are listed below:"
[From] "Pews, benches, sundry internal fittings and fixtures £10,350", etc.
[through] "Work of a specialist nature will be executed by specialist subcontractors and comprise the following:
Supplying to site precast concrete cappings to walls and precast concrete surrounds to doors and windows £12,850", etc
[including headings for:] Substructure and floor slab, Walls, Roof, Doors, Plumbing work, Finishings, Paining and decorating, External works, Items not included in the main tender sum (Organ £5,000, Thurible £250, etc.)

Purcell & Johnson

Bishop Clark to Archbishop's Office: Roles/Posts held; Denmark Travel and Subsistence

List of roles:
Chairman of ECEW
Member of Theological Commission
Chairman of CTS (suspended - but David [Norris?] is pressing me not to make this final)
Walsingham commitments
ARCIC - still rolling on

Enclose accounts for trip to Denmark - fares, conference fees, lodging and food

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Bishop Cleary: Attendance at Chapel dedication

Understands the problem. Asks Bishop Cleary to read the minutes of the Shrine Council. Bishop Clark is worried as the man hoped to take the post of Administrative Officer (Manager) has jibbed. Main concern is the bewildering indebtedness of the day-today running of the shrine. "Clive seems impervious to my directive ... he'll have to go. But I want your wise counsel."

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Bishop Grant: Wells; Walsingham Trust; National Shrine

Letter from Gambling - Wells getting cold feet - not use them after Christmas. Walsingham Trust will be in place to ensure the Appeal is pursued. Laurie Tanner's (General Secretary of the Catenians) devastating constructive criticism has been very helpful. Can't be with you because at Lowestoft to bless the new cemetery.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Fr Birch: Honorary member of Shrine Council

Mgr Tony Hulme approached the Bishop about being an honorary member of Shrine Council. Need to consult Fr Birch, the Council, the two other Bishops. Already spoken to Canon McBride. Feels there is an obligation to acceded to this.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Fr Birch: Mgr A Hulme's donation to the Shrine

Glad for the Shrine in receiving this goodwill from Tony Hulme. Life membership is a bit strange - but it should be considered as an agenda item by the Council. The Bishop may speak to Mgr Hulme at the Low Week Reception.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Fr Birch: No Papal Visit to Walsingham - response

Points briefly, but not intended to be brusque.

  1. irresponsible to promote this distasteful campaign to induce a visit
  2. No decisions taken; matter surely on the agenda of the November Hierarchy Meeting; to involve Carding and Archbishop Worlock
  3. finances do not work out - the Irish still paying off a large debt [for the Papal visit to Knock]
  4. issues over meeting the Archbishop of Canterbury at Walsingham
  5. disparaging remarks about "taking out Lady to the Pope" do not deter Bishop Clark - she is more important than her shrine
  6. Fr Birch exaggerates. Canterbury visit (probably) of far greater significance
  7. Once the Hierarchy decided on priorities, Bishop will be clear and uncompromising - no blame nor chiding - his idea can be sold to the nation and a community which wants to glimpse the Pope
  8. "I am not letting you down..."

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Fr Birch: Reservation of the Blessed Sacrament

The Bishop and Mgr McBride were aware of the sensitivity in removing the Blessed Sacrament from the Slipper Chapel and agreed to reconsider if a negative response was forthcoming. However the arrangements he has in mind are based on the Lourdes model and considers Fr Birch's idea as being consistent and tidy but "unrealistic" for Walsingham.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

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