I had the privilege today of visiting the Arthur Rank Centre:

A collaborative unit supported by the National Churches, the Royal Agricultural Society of England and the Rank Foundation serving the rural community and its churches.

The Centre was named after Lord Rank who donated the original building. It was opened by the Queen at the Royal Show in 1972 and is the recognised national rural resources unit for the churches. It is also a project base for innovative thinking and wide ranging work in both economic and community development in the countryside.

The Centre’s work in support of the rural community is simply magnificent: find out more here and particularly here.

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