The e-newsletter is our main method of communicating news and information to people who are interested in the future of historic religious buildings. It contains a variety of information including training, grants, jobs, etc.
We get lots of good feedback about the e-newsletter – “a mine of information”, “a really first-rate newsletter”, “quality . . . breadth, and relevance”. “It’s been especially important during the pandemic”.
One PCC member wrote: “Thank you for the hard work you do producing and distributing your incredibly helpful and timely newsletters. They have been an invaluable source of ideas and opportunities for us in recent years, particularly during the past year as a source of information and encouragement through all the difficulties of the pandemic.”
Long-time e-newsletter subscriber Joanna told us: “What’s particularly valuable is that it ranges right across the sector: from conservation to tourism to funding and all points in between; it connects denominations; and it links people in from practical operational activities to encouraging involvement in big policy debates. And yet it’s also succinct, by distilling the core points and leaving the detail in links. That’s quite an art!”
Why not try it? It’s free.
You can sign up here.