m oR F. than 2.800 f, Catholic schools and 5,600 Catholic churches in % England and Wales have a 5 special interest in CASEX —the Church and School EquipmentExhibition which Opens at Olympia on Tuesday and runs Until ,•5' April 25.
Aimed at a market which spends millions of pounds each year on building and equipping churches, schools and halls, the exhibition will cover every aspect of the trade and will match in 5 scope the internationally
famous EURODIDAC ex%
5 hibition held frequently in 5 European capitals.
A modern timber church
• will he the centrepiece of • „;• the exhibition which has 0 been sponsored by Church laNnedws. School Equipment !;. Exhibitors will include
builders, outfitters, furnishers.
O makers of educational aids, 0 devotional articles, maintenance products and services. While the craftsmen — such 5 as icon-painters. stained glass
O makers. silversmiths, and vestment makers—will have their own "Craftsmen's Village",
O other stands will show the 0 work of architects, builders, 5 and manufacturers of every0 thing from hymnbooks to
organs, from school desks to 0 cycles.
Religious denominations, in / 0 eluding the Catholic Church, O will he represented by vidual firms and organisations.
SEE SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT PAGES 7 ,5 and 8.