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Deb Brownlee

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St John's Church Preservation Group

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St John's Church Preservation Group

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St John's Church Kates Hill | The Black Country Society

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"The book highlights some of the fascinating people who are buried at St John's" explained Deb Brownlee, the Chair of the Preservation Group.
Deb Brownlee, Chair Click here for photos and a report on the celebration => Celebration Deb Brownlee (Chair St John's Church Preservation Group) Deb Brownlee, chair of the St John's Church Preservation Group, "We sought agreement through the Steering Group to do sufficient work to make the building waterproof whilst further explorations regarding the future for St John's continue. Deb Brownlee, chair of the group "We have always been a fairly small but hardworking team, and the loss of anyone from the team is important, but to lose several people makes things very difficult for us and we need to replace them very quickly in order to be able to proceed with our 2009 Action Plan. Deb Brownlee: "Dedication and enthusiasm are the most important attributes we seek as any necessary training or guidance will be provided. We are offering the chance to be involved in an exciting and involving challenge, to help us achieve our goal of re-opening St John's Church." Anyone who would like an informal initial chat can come along to the St John's Church grounds any Saturday between 11-1pm, telephone Deb Brownlee on 0787 119 5042 or email savestjohnschurch (at) hotmail.co.uk. Deb Brownlee, Chair, St John's Church Preservation Group: debbrownlee (at) hotmail.co.uk or 0787 119 5042 Deb Brownlee chair of St John's Church Preservation Group, "Obviously we were delighted when the Church Commissioners office in London informed us that the Bishop of Dudley had asked for the redundancy process to be halted whilst a third survey is carried out. Deb Brownlee, chair of the Preservation Group "We have to comply with certain criteria in our proposal to get St John's Church listed, and this includes photographs of the interior to illustrate architectural points. Deb Brownlee, chair of the Preservation Group said: Deb Brownlee, chair of the Preservation Group "This was an incredibly heartening result for us. Deb Brownlee, chair of the Preservation Group: "Although with all the help we have received we have cleared more than we could have believed possible in the time, there is still a lot to do. If we could just get enough people this Sunday we might just finish the rough clearance which would make every single grave accessible again. We urge the whole community and relations of those buried at St John's to come along and help. Bad weather won't stop play!" Telephone contact is Deb Brownlee on 0787 119 5042.


St John's Church - funding to repair | The Black Country Society

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Deb Brownlee, chair of St John's Church Preservation Group "The granting of Grade II listed status was a major plus in terms of helping to prove the case for saving and restoring St John's Church building but funding is not automatic even for listed buildings and we have a long hard task ahead of us to raise all the funds we will need.


oakhamresearch.com

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.


www.expressandstar.com

Deb Brownlee, chairman of the St John's Church Preservation Group and volunteer Andrew Martin


Save St John's Church : TIPTON

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Deb Brownlee of St John's Church Preservation Group is guest speaker at the Local History Coffee morning on Tuesday 28th July 2009 10.30am, free admission and all welcome.


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