PRLog - Nov. 12, 2012 - KINGSTON UPON THAMES, U.K. -- This £8m project is tasked with re-instating All Saints as the heart of the community, providing new facilities for community, cultural and heritage work. The ASK appeal has already attracted grants from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Mayor of London's Outer London Fund.
The Angels campaign takes its inspiration from the eighteen carved wooden angels in the church’s roof.
All are welcome to attend this free event to find out more about the project.
Work to the church is part of a wider scheme to provide much needed community facilities. Construction work will start on the first phase in January 2013 and will create a new entrance to the church opposite John Lewis. The second and third phases will renew heating, lighting, decoration and to install new catering facilities.
Next will be the construction of a new building on the north lawn (Clarence Street). Working in partnership with the YMCA, Kingston College and Kingston University this will provide a wellbeing and wholeness centre for the young, old and those with disabilities as well as affordable space for community groups and businesses.
The Angels campaign invites donations, both large and small, from individuals, community groups and businesses, who will all be recognised for the contribution that they make to this vital Kingston heritage and community project. Donations have already been received from Bentalls, John Lewis and Kingston First.