Wisdom from English Heritage

In the post the other day, there was a leaflet from English Heritage. Lots of pictures and snappy text about how to prevent historic Churches (and other places of worship) from going to rack and ruin. Full of "Key Facts" and "Solutions" etc. I hope it will help to preserve some of our heritage.

One point caught my eye. There are four pages What can the Government do?; What can English Heritage do?; What can denominations and faiths do?; and What can the public do? The first bullet point under What can denominations and faiths do? is:
See their historic buildings as real assets to their core mission, rather than as expendable burdens
Not bad for a Government Statutory Advisor.

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