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Handsworth St Mary - the Cathedral of the Industrial Revolution

Raising Funds for Reordering the ancient Church of St Mary in Handsworth, Birmingham

To renew the heating, flooring, seating, toilet and refreshment facilities in the Parish Church that hosts the remains of James Watt, Matthew Boulton and William Murdoch and a lively living congregation.
Charity Registration No: 1171344

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The Parish of Handsworth is in an area of hyperdiverity and is a lively place to be. The Parish Church is at the heart of the community and there has been a place of Christian worship on the site from around 900. The building needs to have a new heating system, with a greater flexibility in how we use the building, adding new toilet and refreshment facilities. The project will cost around £1.5 million and we are grateful for any support to help us reach this target.

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Handsworth St Mary - the Cathedral of the Industrial Revolution

The inventor, James Watt, died on the 25th August 1819 and we hope to improve our facilities in time for the celebration of the bicentenary of his death on the 25th August 2019.

Charity Registration No: 1171344

http://www.handsworthstmary.org

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Raising Funds for Reordering the ancient Church of St Mary in Handsworth, Birmingham

Handsworth St Mary - the Cathedral of the Industrial Revolution