All Saints’ Church Renhold Bedfordshire, England

Form 4A

(Rule 6.2)

Public Notice

In the Consistory Court of the Diocese of St Albans

In the parish of Renhold

Church of Renhold, All Saints

NOTICE IS GIVEN that we are applying to the Consistory Court of the diocese

for permission to carry out the following:

(Describe the works or other proposals in the same way as in the faculty petition)

Re-paving of nave and north aisle central aisles and crossings.

Copies of the relevant plans and documents may be examined at Main Notice

Board and Notice Board in The Chapter House and on a publicly accessible

website at

(If changes to a church are proposed, a copy of the petition and of any designs,

plans, photographs and other documents that were submitted with it must be

displayed in the church or at another place where they may be conveniently

inspected by the public. If the petition is submitted through an online system,

those documents must also be publicly available for inspection online.)


(Each petitioner to give name and office held in block capitals)




Date 07/08/2022

If you wish to object to any of the works or proposals you should

send a letter or email stating the grounds of your objection to

The Diocesan Registrar at Winckworth Sherwood LLP, Minerva House, 5

Montague Close, London, SE1 9BB or by email to

so that your letter reaches the registrar not later than Tuesday 06

September 2022 A letter of objection must include your name

and address and state whether you live in the parish and/or your

name is entered on the church electoral roll of the parish or any

other basis on which you have an interest in the matter.

Directions to petitioners

You must display this public notice (or a copy of it) for a continuous period of

not less than 30 days, not counting the day on which it is put up or the day on

which it is taken down, (or for such other period as the Court may direct) in each

of the following places:

1. on a notice board or in some other prominent position inside the church; and

2. on a notice board outside the church or in some other prominent position

(whether on the outside of the church door or elsewhere) so that it can be read by

the public.