Crispin Truman awarded OBE
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.
This year has seen 1,197 people received awards, of which 74% went to those who had undertaken work in their local community.
Crispin has dedicated 13 years to the trust and his commitment and passion for saving historic buildings at risk has seen our collection restored, regenerated and returned to their communities.
Crispin is also Chair of Governors at Stoke Newington School - a community comprehensive which provides excellent creative teaching and learning opportunities within the curriculum. After serving as a governor for four years he became chair in 2015.
He also works internationally to save historic buildings in his role as council member of The Future for Religious Heritage – a European network for historic places of worship.
Everyone at the trust would like to extend their congratulations to Crispin. We would also like to say thank you, your dedication and passion for saving historic buildings at risk has allowed us to undertake amazing work which helps restore these buildings to their rightful place in the community.