Category Archives: CVTA

CVTA November 2019 Newsletter

This Newsletter has four sections:  a summary of the recent October Walkabout, Symposium and AGM in Manchester;   a word about consultancies;  the initial stages of the rolling out of an Enquiry project across all the Anglican Dioceses of this country;  a note from the presentation of the Rector of St. Thomas-a-Becket, Salisbury at the September […]

CVTA September 2019 Newsletter

Read the new CVTA NEWSLETTER – SEPTEMBER 2019 . Find out more about the forthcoming CVTA Conference in Manchester and read about Shropshire’s Mayflower Children and the fascinating story, visitors to the parish church of St James, Shipton, near Much Wenlock, in deepest rural Shropshire  will discover. A plaque tells of the four young children of Katharine More who […]

CVTA June 2019 Newsletter

Thoughts on why church buildings are still so important just because they are there! And a introduction to what the themes will be at the 2019 CVTA Symposium. Read the CVTA NEWSLETTER – JUNE 2019.

CVTA’s 2019 Annual Symposium on 19th October, Manchester: Open All Hours: for Whom? When? Why? Promoting the significance of church buildings for society in Britain today

The Churches Visitor and Tourism Association’s 2019 Annual Symposium and AGM is taking place on Saturday 19th October in Central Hall, Oldham Street,  Manchester  M1 1JQ. The theme is  Open All Hours: for Whom? When?  Why?  Promoting the significance of church buildings for society in Britain today  The following speakers are confirmed: During the morning we […]

Report back from CVTA’s October 2018 Symposium held in Worcester

We are  very pleased to be able to make available summaries of the presentations given at the October 2018 CVTA  Symposium in Worcester. The theme was Partnering: we cannot do it all on our own. Who is the ‘it’ and what is the ‘all’ These are either summaries of the Presentations as provided by the presenters themselves or […]

CVTA Newsletter January 2019

The CVTA NEWSLETTER – JANUARY 2019 provides a brief summary of the Presentations from the Symposium and AGM held in Worcester. These range from hearing about how Worcester Cathedral works in partnership with other churches and communities in the city of Worcester to how the Methodist Church is now looking strategically at how it uses its building […]

Announcing our 2018 Annual Symposium and AGM in Worcester

You are warmly invited to join with us on Saturday 13th October 2018 from 10.00am onwards in the Old Palace, Worcester, to share in an interactive workshop thinking about and discussing: Partnering: We cannot do it all on our own!  This will provide an opportunity to spend the day with a variety of practitioners, thinking and talking about […]