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The Churches of Low Furness have accepted and abide by the Safeguarding Policy of The Church of England  

under the Diocese of Carlisle. The Safeguarding Officer is Mr Graham Hopkins  who can be contacted

by email : or if unavailable please contact The Vicarage 01229587200 or

To view the Carlisle Diocesan safeguarding policy click here

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Risk Assessment for private prayer in Urswick Church

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