To the Dome by Bus …. volunteers required

Dear Friends, As part of a feasibility study for our HLF project, we need to find out if we have enough volunteers for events. The Education Team have planned a Pack for local schools and this includes a children’s/family 1940s Audio Tour where you can hear (via earphones on SMART phones and Tablets) 10 voice scenarios with different Wallasey characters such as Fr Mullins, E Bower-Norris (the architect), and merchant seamen back from the Battle

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Our Prayers answered once again as Shrine receives new funding

Our beautiful and beloved Shrine Church is to benefit from a funding package from the National Churches Trust, the UK’s church repair and support charity. We have been awarded a £10,000 National Churches Trust Repair Grant to fund urgent repairs to the roof which cover the side altars dedicated to the Sacred Heart and to Our Lady Help of Christians. Regular visitors will have noticed that during periods of rainfall, water can be seen to breach

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Volunteers – Record your hours now!

Volunteers are urged to submit their outstanding hours for recording as soon as possible. The process around the HLF bidding and award process pivots around us being able to evidence volunteering as a way of life for the Shrine. You may think your few hours are not worthy of recording - be assured they are very worthy - submit them now to contactus@domeofhome.org

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Wednesday welcomed Wallasey Rotary Club

Welcoming the group of appreciative Wallasey Rotarians we were delighted to find that some of them had their own personal heritage associated with this church and are willing to share it with us. The photo is taken by Anthony Bakewell when he sailed in to Liverpool on the QEII. One kind lady has promised an LP record of the choir at this church in about 1955. Wouldn't that be interesting? Hopefully, during our second Heritage Lottery Project, we

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Press release: The Dome of Home wins funding for a second Heritage Lottery Fund Project

The Dome of Home wins funding for a second Heritage Lottery Fund Project Ss Peter, Paul and Philomena’s Church, New Brighton (also known as The Dome of Home) has received initial support, including development funding of £39,800, towards a project totalling £250,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF). This funding will enable the project team to continue the repair to roofs, brickwork, internal plaster work and develop a community space, it

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