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Rose Castle Raughton Head Parish Magazine
Plans Take Shape
Plans to transform the former Bishop of Carlisle's residence into an international centre of reconciliation have taken a major step forward.
Raising the funds needed for the project is already underway, but Rose Castle Company (RCC) has confirmed that the project as a whole has been underwritten by an unnamed "generous benefactor".
A planning application has now been submitted to Carlisle City Council to transform the castle, based near Dalston, from the former Bishop's residence to a mixed use conference centre.
Cumberland News 15th June 2018
http://www.cumberlandnews.co.uk/news/Plans-to-transform-former-Bishop-of-Carlisles-residence-in-to-international-centre-take-step-forward-1ca09aac-b327-4081-8ef4-24ca3071bae8-ds

Bible Study
It is a friendly, growing community, and everyone is welcome to join. Every
Thursday at 7.30 pm.
The venue is flexible at the moment, so please contact Owen May for up to date information.
After some teaching on the weekly passage, we share our thoughts and always appreciate how much we can learn from the diverse understanding we each bring. We are a community that reflects the heart of the Rose Castle Foundation, learning how to love one another through our differences and seeking together the heart of God's Kingdom.
Owen May - 016974 76733

Prayer Meeting
A time had been set aside each month to pray for the future of the Foundation.
These Prayer Meetings take place at 9.30 am. on the first
Friday of the month.
The venue is flexible at the moment, so please contact Owen May for up to date information.

Everyone is welcome, whatever their faith or non-faith.
contact@rosecastle.foundation

New 'Caretakers' for Rose Castle
Georgia and Owen May have moved into the Chauffeur's Cottage, in the grounds of Rose Castle, near Dalston, after it was bought for the Rose Castle Foundation.

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Rose Castle Drawing copy
Drawn by parishioners - over 2 metres long