Map of churches, chapels and meeting houses we have helped

 

Our map shows the almost 2,000 churches, chapels and meeting houses in the United Kingdom that we've helped with grants since 2007.

You can click on a marker to find churches, use the search boxes to find places of worship by county or denomination or just browse an alphabetical listing of churches, chapels and meeting houses underneath the map. Please note that if we've given more than one grant to a church, it will appear more than once. (All search results appear below the map)

The National Churches Trust continues the work of the Historic Churches Preservation Trust, founded in 1953.  Together, we have allocated over 12,000 grants and loans in excess  of £40 million, which in current prices equates to over £90 million.

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Churches, Chapels and meeting houses we have helped

  • St Peter

    Bickenhall | West Midlands | B92 0DT

    Awarded £2,500 for window stonework repairs. More details

  • St Peter

    Stourton | Wiltshire | BA12 6QE

    Awarded £5,000 for roof repairs, replacement of stone copings, and plaster repairs to ceilings. More details

  • St Peter

    Croft on Tees | North Yorkshire | DL2 2SG

    Awarded £2,500 grant for gutter maintenance and internal repair work from historic water damage, including re-plastering. More details

  • St Peter

    Darwen | Lancashire | BB3 3HE

    The foundation stone of St Peter’s was laid on July 19 1827, and the consecration ceremony held on 13 September 1829. More details

  • St Peter

    Congleton | Cheshire | CW12 4AB

    St Peter’s is a Grade I listed building with a stunning, almost complete, Georgian interior of national importance, with original 18th century fittings and furnishings. More details

  • St Peter

    Seaview | Isle of Wight | PO34 5AS

    The land on which St Peter’s sits was bought in 1858 by the local squire to erect a chapel of ease. More details

  • St Peter

    Williton | Somerset | TA4 4NS

    Awarded £2,500 for relining of gutters, and removal of timber and plaster affected by dry rot. More details

  • St Peter

    Raunds | Northamptonshire | NN9 6JB

    The building is Grade I listed. More details

  • St Peter

    Pudleston | Herefordshire | HR6 0RA

    This Grade II* listed church is built in Saxon and Early English style of local sandstone iand is located in a beautiful rural setting. More details

  • St Peter

    Titley | Herefordshire | HR5 3RR

    The present church building was built in 1865 by E Haycock Junior, on the site of a former Tironensian monastic cell. More details