Great aerial pictures and video of targetted Priory and former School in Warrington:
(thanks to expert team Tony & Fin!)
Help us buy back the former Benedictine Priory in Warrington (the two attached Georgian houses along Buttermarket Street aligned with church on the left of this picture) and Priory Court at the rear (the detached longer building at the bottom of this picture, where former St Mary’s School used to stand).
As you can see, both buildings are part of the same triangular compound as St Mary’s Church and current Priory (the modern looking smaller rectangular building surrounded by garden) – both legally owned by our charity. Unless we gather GBP1.5m by mid October 2018, the owner will turn the two other buildings into one-bedroom flats.
Instead, we have a great opportunity to buy them back and create a dynamic Catholic hub around our beautiful Pugin church! Please email Fr Rector if you can pledge money: email@example.com.
For further explanation, see our article in the latest issue of the Catholic Herald: How will faithful Catholics thrive under secularism? Try the ‘Village Option’
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