We were saddened by the news of an illegal rave which took place on New Years Eve at our church of All Saints', East Horndon in Essex.
Following the announcement that England is in a national lockdown from 5 January 2021, we regret to say that all CCT churches are closed to visitors.
We are delighted to announce that Sarah Robinson, Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Conservation at The Churches Conservation Trust has been awarded an OBE in the 2021 New Year Honours List.
Latest update regarding Covid-19
In this unusually-titled lecture, Dr Wells will explore the sometimes surprising secular uses of churches in the medieval period
A special online service in partnership with the Royal School of Church Music
Our latest update in light of the new lockdown restrictions
The Revd. Tim Goode will be joining CCT’s Board of Trustees from 1st November
We are delighted to announce the receipt of a £1,345,049 grant from the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund
We are delighted to announce that St Peter's Church Sudbury in Suffolk has received a £1.67 million grant from The National Lottery Heritage Fund to transform it into an exciting cultural and community venue, fit for the 21st Century.
CCT seeks new tenant for historic Quay Place
Submit your photos of hidden nature in churches and enter our prize draw!
Join Jools Holland and CCT for a virtual concert filled with talented artists, dedicated to historic churches
The Churches Conservation Trust has received £10,000 National Lottery support to help address the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic
Help us ensure that we are able to continue supporting these unique buildings and their communities.
How we are working to make your stay Covid-secure