Church Tourism Workshop

A special day of workshops is to explore church tourism and look at the potential to welcome visitors and share your church’s story.

Sarah Crossland from the National Churches Trust and trustee of The Churches Visitor and Tourism Association will help lead the day to be held at St Mary’s Church, Ambleside, LA22 9DH on Monday 17 July.

A morning workshop from 10am to 12noon will consider how churches can create the perfect welcome and explore use of digital technology to help explain and promote heritage.

An afternoon workshop from 1pm to 3.30pm is open to all and provides an opportunity for churches and chapels around north Windermere to consider the development of a Pilgrimage Trail.

A donation of £5 is requested.

For further details or to book your place contact Jayne Potts.

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