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FRH is the only European network of charities, associations, governmental, religious and university departments, which work to protect religious heritage buildings and interiors across Europe.
It is a not for profit, non-religious organisation open to all.

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UK – New opinion poll shows: “British love churches”

The British love their churches, according to the results of a poll for the National Churches Trust by ComRes.

Key findings show that:

· Four in five (79%) British people think that churches and chapels are an important part of the UK’s heritage and history.

· Three quarters of British people (74%) say that church buildings play an important role for society.

Three quarters of British people (74%) say that church buildings play an important role for society by providing a space for community activities, such as playgroups, cultural and social events and meetings. This view is held among British adults of all religions and none with more than three in five British adults of non-Christian religions (67%) and of no religion (64%) agreeing that church buildings play an important role for society by providing a space for community activities.

· Keeping churches in good repair benefits society

· Churches and chapels should have modern facilities

Read the full report on these Poll results here.

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