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National Churches Trust

For people who love church buildings

Sacred Wales

Sacred Wales

The churches and chapels of Wales are some of the most beautiful religious buildings anywhere in the world. Now, Cymru Sanctaidd - Sacred Wales, is giving you the opportunity to choose your favourite.

Maintenance Grants

Maintenance Grants

Our new Maintenance Grants can help you church fix small problems before they turn into large repairs

Buy our new book of church photographs

English Parish Churches and Chapels

English Parish Churches and Chapels: Architecture, Art and People is a beautiful and inspiring book of photographic portraits by Dr Matthew Byrne.

Securing the UK's church buildings

Read our Annual Review 2016 - 2017

A five point plan to secure the future of the UK's church buildings forms part of our new Annual Review.

Become a Friend today

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Join me as a Friend of the National Churches Trust and help restore and revitalise our nation’s churches, chapels and meeting houses.

HUW EDWARDS BROADCASTER AND JOURNALIST
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New Friends receive a free copy of ‘English Parish Churches and Chapels’, a delightful book of photographs by Dr Matthew Byrne.

Become one of our friends for only £30 a year

Latest news

Search for Wales' favourite church or chapel

With over 4,500 churches and chapels, Wales has some of the most beautiful and historic religious buildings in the world. Broadcaster Huw Edwards has launched the search to find your favourite.

Professional Trades Directory

Our Professional Trades Directory offers a wide range of trades people who can help you with any part of your church, chapel or meeting house.

Find a tradesperson for your church

Traditional terracotta from Norfolk Pamments Ltd

Norfolk Pamments Ltd are a member of the National Churches Trust’s Professional Trades Directory, a family run firm making traditional terracotta tiles from local clay and sand. Here, Director Annie Leigh explains their work:

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