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Ryan Finnegan
 Centenary Tree Project List B Applications still awaited

A number of parishes which applied for a tree to celebrate the Centenary of the Diocese in 2018 still need to submit a List B Application to gain permission to plant their tree. Permission to install the plaques is included in the List B application, without need for a Faculty.

The Centenary Tree Project details and Application Form are available on the website by clicking the link below. It would be economical of fuel and time to deliver all plaques in one area in one journey, so the DEO would be grateful if you could submit applications as soon as possible.

  Website:  www.dioceseofcoventry.org/DEG/Centenary_Tree_Project

Ryan Finnegan
 Caring for God's Creation, the Fifth Mark of Mission

Concerned about plastic and food waste, climate change and biodiversity loss? Eco Church provides a great framework for Christians to work towards the Fifth Mark of Mission of the Anglican Communion.

For more details about Eco Church and how to register, about environmental resources, events and news, visit the Diocesan Environment Group pages on the Diocesan website.

To find out more, come to one of our Eco Church and Cherishing Churchyards meetings (St Andrew’s Rugby, 5 March or St Peter’s Wellesbourne; 1 April, 7:15 – 9:15pm). To date, we need three more churches to gain Eco Church Bronze Awards to apply for Eco Diocese Bronze

  Website:  www.dioceseofcoventry.org/DEG