The Churches Conservation Trust is privileged to care for a wonderful collection of architecturally significant, historic churches. But we know that their value goes well beyond bricks and mortar: the cultural heritage embodied in these special places holds an enduring social importance, too.
Our latest blog looks at a recent success with a churchyard initiative in the North Region.
CCT Regeneration Team commissioned as part of a pilot research project to explore community ownership of historic rural churches
Work has officially started on the £1.67 million project at St Peter’s Sudbury which following conservation and adaptation work will create a new lease of life to the site.
Grief is both deeply personal and yet universal. We will all experience it sometime in our lives but the way we cope with it is different for us all.
With grateful thanks to Anthea Jones for describing her work at this Gloucestershire church in conversation with the Local Community Officer.
A medieval tomb like no other tomb in the world...
Learn more about one of the medieval world's most bizarre, yet incredible funerary monuments; the carved cadaver...
The Churches Conservation Trust has responded to the consultation of the Pastoral Measure 2011, Mission in Revision GS2222.
This summer we caught up with Richard Miller, Centre Manager at All Souls’ Church in Bolton, to see what the last year has had in store for the former regeneration project turned community centre and meeting space.