The Deathwatch beetle can cause enormous enormous damage and are difficult to get rid of at churches, but why are they called Deathwatch beetles and how are we tackling them?
In May 1954 the Church Times published an article announcing a campaign led by the Historic Churches Preservation Trust headed “Save our Churches Week”. Why or how Philip Larkin might have read the piece is a mystery; but he did, and he cut it out and kept it.
Racing across the country in vintage cars, bicycles, helicopter and motorbike – CEO, Peter Aiers reflects on his epic challenge.
Dr Emma J Wells gives us an insight into a unique online course delivered in association with CCT
Notre Dame in Paris has suffered a devastating fire and the public response has resoundingly demonstrated that historic places of worship matter to society.
As part of our 50th anniversary celebrations, we spoke with electric-folk duo India Electric Company about their recent tour of our churches...
Danielle Rowbottom - Volunteering Officer for the North - reflects on her work with the CCT, and her motivations for doing it...
Our CEO, Peter Aiers, rings the changes in 2019 to mark our 50th birthday
Ross Buckley - a SPAB Fellow and metalworker from the Isle of Wight - tells us about his experience of the SPAB Fellowship scheme.
Historic England’s Head of Heritage Crime & Policing Advice, Mark Harrison, explains measures taken to protect our heritage.
For All Hallows' Eve, delve into our blog exploring a classic medieval legend of the living and the dead
Guest blog by Rob Andrews, Parish Church Studies postgrad at University of York