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

    Cransford | Suffolk | IP13 9NY

    Built in 1260 the church was extensively restored in the C19th. More details

  • St Peter

    Ousden | Suffolk | CB8 8TW

    St Peter's is a Norman tripartite church (nave, central tower and chancel) which has survived in its original plan. More details

  • St Peter

    Blaxhall | Suffolk | IP12 2DH

    This Grade II* listed 13th century church was built mainly from flint and brick, with a 16th century hammer beam roof which is slate covered. More details

  • St Peter

    Blaxhall | Suffolk | IP12 2DH

    This Grade II* listed 13th century church was built mainly from flint and brick, with a 16th century hammer beam roof which is slate covered. More details

  • St Peter and St Paul

    Bardwell | Suffolk | IP31 1AH

    St Peter and St Paul’s was built in the 13th century, though the chancel was rebuilt in the 19th century. More details