How you can help save and care for Historic Churches in 2020

19 Dec 2019

2019 has been a great year for CCT, where we celebrated 50 years of saving historic churches at risk, during which we've recieved into our care three new churches: St Peter's Tickencote, St Nicholas' Withensea and St Mary's Hemmington. This takes the total number of churches we have saved and now care for to 356! We simply couldn't care for these important places of national heritage without your support. 

Make a real difference to helping us care for these beautiful churches in 2020 by considering adopting one of the below as a New Year's Resolution.

Volunteering

Since our foundation in 1969, we have valued the work of local volunteers supporting local churches. Over recent years volunteering has become central to all that we do, with volunteer numbers now reaching over 1800 across the country. Without the extraordinary contribution of volunteers we would not be able to carry out our award-winning work.

Our Annual Appeal for St Peter's Sudbury

We aim to repair and regenerate St Peter’s as a thriving community hub that attracts new audiences through a diverse programme of activities and celebration of the site and town’s heritage but we need your help.

Becoming a Member of Churches Conservation Trust

Sign up to one of our membership schemes and connect with like-minded people passionate about saving historic churches. We offer Individual or Joint membership at every level.

Working for the Trust

Our staff are one of our most important assets. We are committed to improving how we work together, encouraging development and providing opportunities for learning. Our staff are based across England, either at our central office in London or within the local communities where our churches are based.

 

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