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 Mary

    Bottesford | Leicestershire | NG13 0DA

    St Mary's, often called The Lady of the Vale (of Belvoir), is one of the largest village churches in England and one of the most important in the diocese and county of Leicestershire (albeit with a. More details

  • St Mary

    Nether Broughton | Leicestershire | LE14 3ET

    The church dates from C13 and C14, with the chancel rebuilt in C15. More details

  • St Mary

    Humberstone | Leicestershire | LE5 1AE

    Parish church in a Leicester suburb, formerly a village and well used stopping-point for pilgrims travelling from Leicester to Launde, Crowland and Lincoln. More details

  • St Mary

    Burrough on the Hill | Leicestershire | LE14 2JQ

    St Mary's was built in the 12th Century, with subsequent alterations since, including the rebuilding of the chancel, tower and spire in the 19th Century. More details

  • St Mary

    Willoughby Waterleys | Leicestershire | LE8 6UF

    This Grade II* Listed church is partly C13, though most dateable features are C14, or renewed in a C14 style during thorough restoration work in 1875. More details

  • St Mary de Castro

    Leicester | Leicestershire | LE1 5WN

    A Grade I listed building, it has been described as "the jewel of Leicester's churches" and contains much fine work. More details

  • St Mary the Virgin

    Hinckley | Leicestershire | LE10 1EQ

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  • St Mary the Virgin

    Wigston Parva | Leicestershire | LE10 3AN

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  • St Mary the Virgin

    Thorpe Arnold | Leicestershire | LE14 4RU

    St Mary the Virgin is a modest but attractive church of longitudinal plan and is a clear landmark from the road at the top of a hill, with its distinctive pyramidal capped tower. More details

  • St Michael

    Stoney Stanton | Leicestershire | LE9 4TH

    St Michael’s is a stone building which was substantially altered in the 19th century, with the oldest portion of the building dating to the 14th century. More details