Press release: Dome of Home future secured by Heritage Lottery Fund and National Churches Trust

Significant funding from Heritage Lottery Fund and National Churches Trust has secured the future for the Shrine Church of Ss Peter, Paul and Philomena’s, New Brighton (also known as The Dome of Home). The project totalling £298,162 was awarded £210,200 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) this week. Press release Dome of Home new funding announced 23.6.15 Also announced was a further grant of £20,000 from National Churches Trust (NCT), a significant

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Historic Cheshire Churches Preservation Trust Support the Dome
HCCPT Leaflet supporting the Dome

The HCCPT supported our first restoration project and held their January meeting at The Dome so that they could discover how their grant had contributed to our restoration work.They have produced a leaflet. Thank you HCCPT. Click here to download HCCPT Leaflet

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Kind Elves visit our Nativity Crib

Staff from 'Bubbles World of Play' at Marine Point in New Brighton have been trying to encourage the children to perform acts of kindness every day. Sarah has been bringing the elves to various places, photographing them and writing about their visits on their website. See The elves made their final visit before Christmas to The Dome of Home to give a donation for the restoration appeal and inspect the nativity crib which was

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Duchy of Lancaster Benevolent Fund – Major Grants Award
Arms of the Duchy of Lancaster

Breaking News: The Duchy of Lancaster Benevolent Fund has approved a Grant of £2,000 from the Merseyside Lieutenancy towards the Restoration of the Shrine Church. Thank you Dame Lorna Muirhead, Lord-Lieutenant of Merseyside.

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Stop Press: Heritage Lottery Fund investment secured

Press release - HLF second-round pass Ss Peter, Paul and St Philomena’s Church, New Brighton (also known as The Dome of Home) has received a confirmed grant of £138,900 from the Heritage Lottery Fund to repair the roof, provide an accessible toilet and engage visitors, it was announced today... Canon Amaury Montjean, French priest and rector of the church commented, “Following the enormous success of our first Heritage Open Days last September,

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