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Is your church insurance due for renewal this December? If so, check for essential theft cover to ensure you are appropriately protected. Christmas is a very busy period for churches with increased events and services. This increased activity also means there is an...read more
Theft of lead from church buildings has been well documented in local and national press, seriously affecting church groups with unforeseen stress and expense. The cost of lead replacement is one factor, however the cost to rectify damage to the building caused by...read more
Whilst many of the outcomes of Article 50 remain largely unknown, businesses and charities alike are second-guessing what Brexit will mean for their organisation. Add to that the recent announcement of a General Election to be held on 8th June 2017 and it’s clear that...read more