Our Regeneration Taskforce works to breathe new life into historic places of worship in communities across England.
In response to the Covid-19 national lockdown which commenced on Tuesday 5 January 2021, we regret to say that our churches are once again closed to the public for general visiting.
Grant awards scheme for young craftspeople announced
We were saddened by the news of an illegal rave which took place on New Years Eve at our church of All Saints', East Horndon in Essex. All Saints’ is a Grade II* listed building, which stands in an isolated area near to the town of Brentwood. The brick-built church dates back to the fifteenth century and houses tombs of the Tyrell family of nearby Heron Hall.
Following the announcement that England is in a national lockdown from 5 January 2021, we regret to say that all CCT churches are closed to visitors.
We are delighted to announce that Sarah Robinson, Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Conservation at The Churches Conservation Trust has been awarded an OBE in the 2021 New Year Honours List.
Help us to create fascinating online tours of our churches in Wiltshire and North Somerset
We're looking for volunteers who are creative, curious and canny to help us research our collection and our history come alive at Seventeen Nineteen, Sunderland.
Would you love to bring this medieval church in the heart of Stamford to life?