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    Weʼve raised £25 to Restore the bell tower at St Nicholas Church, Bratton Seymour, Somerset

    Wincanton
    Funded on Thursday, 21st May 2020

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    The bell tower is in need of conservation work to pinnacles and stonework including belfry windows.

    We have no income as a church and a congregation of less than a dozen people so it is up to us, those that love the church, to raise the money to protect and restore it. Please help.

    If we raise funds ourselves we might be able to get grants too.

    Set on top of Bratton Hill one can only imagine how many miles the sound of these ancient bells would be heard for and the hearts they would lift!

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      • Francesca Creffield

        Francesca Creffield

        May 22, 2019

        To get the ball rolling!

        £25.00

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      Fran Creffield

      Fran Creffield

      Wincanton

      I moved into Bratton Seymour in November 2018. The reason we bought the house? Because I fell in love with the church. I come here every day I am home. A still point in a turning, and uncertain, world. I am dedicated to helping preserve this precious and sacred space.

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