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EXCITING PLANS: Kings Langley church’s reordering project presses forward after public feedback

 Published on: 26th October 2021   |   By: Holly Bullen   |   Category: Uncategorized

Proposals for the reordering of a Kings Langley church have come to life after a successful consultation engaged with residents.

Towards the end of September, All Saints Church hosted a reordering exhibition which provided an insight into plans to update the church building.

The potential plans will update the church building to ensure it moves with the times and is fit for purpose for the community.

This includes making the church more suitable for wide community use for events such as concerts, lectures, wedding receptions and more.

Key elements of the proposals include improving accessibility to the church, introducing flexible seating solutions by removing the pews, updated heating and restoring the wonderful Royal Chapel.

A spokesperson for the church said: “There was a good level of engagement from the local community and over 65 pieces of written feedback shared at the event. This, combined with feedback from over 45 members of the congregation and local community groups has now given us a very helpful pool of thoughts to proceed with.

“The feedback has been overwhelmingly positive and constructive – thank you to everyone that has taken the time to engage with the project so far. We are very mindful of the historical nature of our wonderful church building and have every intention to retain the heart and charm of the building whilst addressing some of the challenges.”

The Reordering Committee will now be considering the feedback to produce more detailed plans which will then be shared with the relevant bodies.

You can find out more about the project, here.

Photo credit: MDP Limited 

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