Historic Feltwell church plans to be modern hub
A Medieval South West Norfolk church is planning to radically develop its North Aisle to recover the sense of the church as a community space.
St Mary’s Church
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is planning a £300,000 radical refurbishment to open up the building to become a community resource.
The Aisle Project will create a modern two-storey hub built within the church’s existing walls. This will be freestanding, made of pale oak, and will include toilets, a kitchen and a heated function space downstairs and museum space upstairs.
Rector Joan Horan
said: “It’s the result of a long period of consultation with local people and co-ordination with the Diocese of Ely
, and the end result will be spectacular, with users ranging from local bands to cinema, farmer’s markets to museums and everything between within the confines of an existing church structure.”
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