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 and improvements 


(September 2020)

We are pleased to announce that we now have

a roof alarm fitted to St Peter’s Church.

St Peter's Parochial Church Council

would like to express its

grateful thanks to

Allchurches Trust Limited

for a very generous grant of £1,250

towards this project.


(January 2021)

Asbestos has been removed from the lining of the organ blower box

and from the lining of a bookcase around a radiator in the nave. 

St Peter's Parochial Church Council

would like to express its

grateful thanks to the

National Churches Trust

for a very generous grant of £1,100

towards this project.




The National Churches Trust is delighted to support St Peter's Dumbleton with a grant towards asbestos removal. 


The National Churches Trust (founded in 1953 as the Historic Churches Preservation Trust) is the national charity supporting church buildings of historic, architectural, and community value that are open for worship.


We receive no financial support from government or church authorities and rely on the support of people like you to carry out our work. 


Thanks to the generosity of our Friends and supporters we have provided over twelve thousand grants and loans and ensured that churches, chapels and meeting houses throughout the UK have remained open and in good repair and with modern facilities to ensure that they can serve the needs of local communities.


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With many thanks, Luke March DL, NCT Chairman


(April 2022)

Grateful thanks to the 

Warneford Ecclesiastical Charity

 for a grant of £500

 towards the cost of metal guards on a stained glass window, and towards various repairs to the fabric of the church

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