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.
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!
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.
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.
This week we spoke to Clare Chapman, Business Support Officer for our North Region about what is involved in the role, her passion for monuments and memorials, and marriage in one of our churches!
A remarkable city centre church, with a remarkable history!
Alice Goss, Chair of the Friends of St Leonard-at-the-Hythe, details the story of one of Colchester's historic churches.
This week we caught up with Marie Sellars, Heritage Learning Officer for our West Region on her role at the CCT, most memorable experiences and her favourite CCT churches.
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? In this blog read more about our work at Hales & Heckingham and learn how to enter our text raffle.
Find out how one young ambassador has been balancing schoolwork and micro-volunteering during the last few months at 1719, Sunderland.