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Why be a friend?   To promote the use of the Church of St Mary's as a place of worship and for other public purposes.
To promote the appreciation of the Church of St Mary's as a building of outstanding architectural and historic interest, in furtherence thereof, to arrange for the publications, lectures, visits, concerts and other special events.
To maintain, and, when necessary, restore the Church of St Mary's.
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How do I become a friend?Print the Friends application form on this website
or pick up a newsletter and application form in the Church
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Who are the friends ?The Friends of St Mary's has a committee to organise, discuss and publicise the work of the friends.
Chairman -  Joan Toby
Treasurer - John Lawrence
Secretary - Jill Fothergill
Editor - - - - Gary Shaeffer
Committee - Brian Warren, Sue Smith
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What projects have the friends done ?2000 The Millennium Window - depiction of the Light of the World

2006 St Joseph's Chapel chairs

2008 Glass entrance doors in the porch of the Church

2011 The Vestry Room
        Kitchen built and integrated into the Church
        Restroom built as an in church facility.

2014 Floodlighting the tower of St Mary's

2015 Replacement of the South Aisle Roof
        Contributed to the Chancel Roof replacement

and a multitude of projects to upkeep the fabric of the Church