We are celebrating English Tourism Week by announcing some brand new opportunities to experience British heritage at its best.
Bursaries for four students or recent graduates of heritage, conservation or mental health-related degrees to attend the CCT Health & Heritage Conference.
Twelve of our churches have been featured in an important sound project by Cities and Memory.
Award-winning CCT Regeneration project hosts Civic Voice delegates for their first Design Awards Tour of 2017.
Three local people will get the chance to learn traditional crafts such as stone masonry and wood carving and use those skills in the big new restoration project at Holy Trinity church in Sunderland.
We have extended early bird ticket prices for our Health and Heritage Conference until 31st January!
It’s always so difficult to single people out but seven individuals and one team have been awarded for their exceptional efforts and commitment during the last year.
We are delighted to announce that Crispin Truman, Chief Executive of The Churches Conservation Trust has been awarded an OBE in the 2017 New Year honours List.
Help find the original 12th century floor level of the church, buried beneath the tower collapse of 1661
Grade I Georgian church will be awash with light and music during Worcester's Christmas Fayre.
Our newly completed regeneration project has won a local award
Nominations open for the CCT's annual awards for volunteers
Today we publish the Regeneration Taskforce’s ‘Impact Report’ for 2015/16
The £5.1m project secures the future of the ‘at risk’ Grade II* medieval church, St Mary at the Quay, and provides a bespoke wellbeing venue, serving the local community and businesses.
The Churches Conservation Trust are seeking papers and proposals for practical workshops for our biennial international heritage cconference on 22nd-24th March 2017.
Edward Harley to join CCT board of trustees