A closer look at the ways in which we care for our churches
Sarah Robinson, CCT's Director of Conservation and Deputy CEO, explains how CCT’s maintenance and repair work has been affected by the global pandemic
Looking back over 2020, we see how volunteers and Friends groups across the country have been putting innovative ways of fundraising to the test, with great success.
Mike Chamberlain takes us through a recent (re)discovery at St Mary's Church, Newnham Murren and the story of a young man in wartime England.
Volunteer, Ian Wyld, has shared with us two new cycle routes
How we are marking Remembrance with a new collection of digital learning and creative resources.
This week we caught up with Jenny Ringo, Kate Burden & Emily Ding in the Membership Team.
Arts Centre Manager at St Swithun's, Hwyel Pontin, gives us an update on the progress of the Regeneration Project.
Today is Gloucester Day, the annual day of celebration of Gloucester's history and culture.
This week we spoke to Jessica Clarke our Communications Officer who first joined the CCT as a volunteer. Click through to read more about her varied role in the Communications Team, editing Pinnacle (our members magazine), and her favourite depictions of female saints in our churches.
As the reopening of our churches continues it’s clear that while humans have been on lockdown the wildlife in our churches has been enjoying their uninterrupted free reign!
Learn more about Brian's work at our regeneration project at St Swithun's, Worcester, some interesting details from the church and his research into archaeology, folklore and counter-witchcraft.