Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Cathedral spruce-up


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The Cathedral of St Michael and All Angels has been in need of a facelift for a long time and yesterday workmen were continuing the first part of a repair programme.

While Dean Frank Marshall said it was but a small part of the overall project, it was still a step in the right direction and would have the church looking fresher in time for its 225th anniversary celebrations.

“We are having the walls stripped for fungus and repainted in time for the flower show from September 26-29 and the bazaar on the church green from September 27. We are pushing ahead with the work for it to be completed within 10 days,” he said.

Services have been held in the Queen’s Park Steel Shed for the past couple of weeks. (CA)


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