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The St John's Church Preservation Group
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Preservation Group Chair
Deb Brownlee, chairman of the St John's Church Preservation Group and volunteer Andrew Martin
Back in early 2011 Oakham Research Managing Director, John Poole met with Deb Brownlee, Chair of the St John's Church Preservation Group.
Deb has led the campaign to re-open the church culminating in the historic handover of the keys on 17th August 2016. 5338628 John Poole of Oakham Research (second left) with (left to right) Maria Millward Bottley, Keith Jeffries and Deb Brownlee of St John's Church Preservation Group "When I first met Deb at Netherton Arts Centre I felt that this project resonated with the aspirations I had for my research and consultation agency. "I knew that Deb had the vision and the capability to make the church building work for the community.
Chairman of the preservation group Deb Brownlee and Archdeacon of Dudley Nikki Groarke at the key handover ceremony.
Deb celebrates with fellow trustees and helpers after receiving the keys to the church. On Wednesday 17th August 2016 the keys to St John's Kates Hill were handed over by the Diocese of Worcester to Deb Brownlee of the St John's Church Preservation Group. Chairman of the preservation group Deb Brownlee and Archdeacon of Dudley Nikki Groarke at the key handover ceremony. Deb celebrates with fellow trustees and helpers after receiving the keys to the church. On Wednesday 17th August 2016 the keys to St John's Kates Hill were handed over by the Diocese of Worcester to Deb Brownlee of the St John's Church Preservation Group.
Deb Brownlee chair of St John's Church Preservation Group will give a short update of the progress of the proposal for the group to take over responsibility for the St John's church building
PLEASE NOTE if you run a club or group Deb Brownlee and Chris Smith are available as speakers to give presentations on St John's Church, Kates Hill. Deb Brownlee A request from Deb Brownlee appears below............. To get at the leaflets outside of these hours ring Tony on 0754 476 4261 or Deb 0787 119 5042. Deb Brownlee Chair of St John's Church Preservation Group and Chris Smith, historian, author, editor of Village Voice, author of Tales From a Churchyard, St John's, Kates Hill, Dudley will be giving at a talk at Dudley Archive this Thursday 7th July evening at 7.30pm. Please either email, ring Deb on 0787 119 5042 or just come along any Saturday if you can help with either of these appeals. Most members of the Steering Group will speak - The Ven Fred Trethewey (Archdeacon of Dudley), Alan Taylor (English Heritage), John Dentith (Diocesan Advisory Committee), Deb Brownlee (St John's Church Preservation Group), Local Councillors Steve Waltho and Shaukat Ali and representatives from the St John's Church Parochial Church Council. Deb Brownlee chair of St John's Church Preservation Group "We went through a long process before we eventually decided that Brownhill Hayward Brown are the organisation we want to work with and quite frankly they are such a talented company and will bring such expertise and knowledge to the table that we cannot wait to work with them and get things moving along. Deb Brownlee "Perhaps our supporters could run a coffee morning at home or have a family whip round - both of these have been done and raised excellent funds. Deb Brownlee, Chair of St John's Preservation Group" How can words express how grateful we are to Paul and Amy at The Griffin for organising such an amazing day to help us raise funds. Dr Carl Chinn is our patron and will be interviewing Deb Brownlee of St John's Church Preservation Group on that day. Deb Brownlee Deb Brownlee chair of St John's Church Preservation Group "We and our loyal supporters have waited a long time for this moment, but here we are at last and this is just the start. Deb Brownlee"We hope loads of people will come along, local residents and children, and people from other areas but who have connections to St John's.
or Deb Brownlee (St John's Church Preservation Group) on 0787 119 5042 (evenings).
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