Repairs Boost for Dundee Church


25th February 2013

Funding package of over quarter of a million pounds to the Friary in Dundee.

The historic Friary church in Tullideph Road in Dundee is to benefit from funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Historic Scotland.

Seven churches across Scotland are sharing in a package worth more than £1.3 million in total. The Friary will use their share of the money (£257,700) to fund essential roof repairs and pay for broken and decaying windows to be refurbished.

The church was constructed in 1958 as an addition to the St Frances Friary complex and was the first Roman Catholic Church built in Dundee after the Reformation. The building is now owned by City Church and hosts several community groups as well as regular services.

Find out more about City Church Dundee here.

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