Find out how one young ambassador has been balancing schoolwork and micro-volunteering during the last few months at 1719, Sunderland.
In our latest blog series we will be highlighting our current conservation projects. We hope you will enjoy this glimpse of the important work that goes on behind the scenes at the CCT but did you know that you could win the opportunity to experience this first-hand?
Volunteer Liz Howes tells us the story of Offord d'Arcy War Memorial, 100 years since the first service of dedication for the memorial was held.
In our final Volunteers' Week blog, we turn our attention to Hampshire, Bristol and Sunderland.
Celebrating our volunteers this Volunteers' Week
It's Volunteers' Week and we’d like to take the time to say thank you to all the amazing people who voluntarily give their time to help us care for historic churches.
A church of cathedral-like proporations which was almost lost...
On November 1st 1943 the population of Imber were given forty-seven days’ notice to leave their homes at a village meeting.
Yalda Davis is raising money by aiming to play the cello in all the medieval churches in Suffolk - one of the densest populations of medieval churches in England.
Retiring this March, Colin Shearer reflects on his 16 years at the CCT.
Follow the transformation of Holy Trinity Church, Sunderland, through the eyes of Volunteer Project Photographer Christine Audsley.
Parish churches are a treasure trove of irreplaceable art: brass, tombs, fonts, woodwork, rood screens, organs and wall paintings. But lots of them are also home to bat roosts. Rachel Arnold, Bats in Churches Heritage Advisor, tells us more.