The Building Resources, Investment and Community Knowledge (BRICK) programme is aimed at supporting community groups to find new ways and means to save their local heritage through innovation, collaboration and partnership.
Options for extending and adapting uses for historic churches.
An initiative of the Church of England, Diocese of Newcastle aimed at working with local congregations to help achieve a sustainable future for church buildings as living places of worship used and enjoyed by local communities, welcoming to visitors and valued as unique heritage assets.
A modest taster of some of the many rules, regulations and occasionally DECENT IDEAS for dealing with Anglican churches that are no longer needed in whole or in part for regular worship.
The next steps and future options that are being applied to a fire damaged church in Bristol.
Simon Pugh-Jones, Chair of the Bristol Diocesan Advisory Committee, provided these ten easy steps to handling projects involving historic churches. Changing Churches Made Easy 1. Talk to your local DAC: If your church project falls under the jurisdiction of the diocese, and possibly even if it doesn’t, get hold of your local DAC […]
The Role of Volunteering A general description of the role of volunteers as it relates to the regeneration projects based at historic churches.
New design in historic churches: ChurchPods This presentation focuses on innovative designs that can be applied to prepare deconsecrated churches for secular use without compromising the historic fabric of the original structure.
Historic parish churches: spaces for the 21st Century A discussion of the the reuse schemes implemented to various redundant churches in England.
Introduction to BRICK Presentation giving a background to the BRICK programme and highlighting the aims of the 26th workshop in Bristol.