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    Posted: 20 April 2010 at 10:01pm
The latest revision of the Gerald Eve outline planning application for Holy Cross shows that the building designated in the original plan as 'community use' has now been defined.  As a church.
 
I have no idea what denomination, but I imagine they (GE) have been speaking to one group or another.  Possibly Catholic, given the current site owners, but where does that leave St Josephs up the road - maybe as a housing site!?  Well at least there would be less of a parking problem on Sundays.


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Just what the village needs....another Catholic church, or any church. Back to the drawing board, there must be a better use of space. With all the consultation that has gone on, I wonder how many local people wanted another church? 
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Originally posted by vince vince wrote:

I wonder how many local people wanted another church? 


Given the traffic chaos every Sunday morning at Gold Hill and St Josephs It wouldn't surprise me if there is a lot of demand for another church
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A few years ago Goldhill Baptists were looking to build a new church, perhaps they are going to relocate.
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they might be better getting their own car park.
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Probably going to be a Mosque. 
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Originally posted by Malc London Malc London wrote:

Probably going to be a Mosque. 
 
Lol thats what I was going to say!
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A mosque would certainly be the best bet for the future, given relative birth rates, but I understand it is planned to be a Baptist church.
Maybe they will build 100 dwellings on the site of the existing church!?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote brewski Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 May 2010 at 4:42pm
Be interesting to see what develops now on the HC and Newlands Park sites now we are officialy under a "hung" govt......Confused
 
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The Baptist Church are apparently negotiating with the agents to buy land to build a new church and conference centre.
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