Latest news

The latest news about our work supporting the UK's churches. If you need more information contact our Head of Communications Eddie Tulasiewicz on 07742 932278.


Churches shine bright in UK's National Parks

The UK's National Parks are best known for their incredible landscapes and wildlife, but did you know that they also contain some of the UK's most beautiful churches and chapels? Now, the National...


Annual Review 2020 - 2021

Writing in our new Annual Review, broadcaster and journalist Huw Edwards, Vice-President of the National Churches Trust, said: "The installation of high-quality organs in villages, towns and cities...


Protect Duty and Church Buildings

The National Churches Trust, together with many other organisations, has responded to a consultation by the Home Office on 'The Protect Duty’ more commonly be known as Martyn’s law. Martyn Hett was...


Supporting Northern Ireland's churches and chapels

When the parishioners of St Macartan's, in the green hills of Co Tyrone in Northern Ireland, were locked out of their church during the pandemic, they drew comfort from walking to the graveyard to...

Treasures English Churches Book

Our new book showcases church treasures

We are delighted to be launching  'The Treasures of English Churches: Witnesses to the History of a Nation', a beautiful new book by leading photographer Matthew Byrne, which celebrates some of the...


Charming Cheshire churches

We have been asking people in Cheshire to choose their favourite churches and the top ten can now be seen on our ExploreChurches website. Think of Cheshire churches and Chester Cathedral, St Mary’s...


Post lockdown grants boost for churches

The grants are our first round of funding to places of worship in 2021 and are made possible thanks to our Friends, supporters and trusts and foundations. We are supporting a tremendous range of...


HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

The National Churches Trust has long enjoyed the Patronage of Her Majesty the Queen, and both The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh have been great supporters of our work. We join with the Nation's...


Peter Ainsworth

Peter Ainsworth was the Member of Parliament for East Surrey from 1992 to 2010. He served in the Shadow Cabinet shadowing the Department for Culture, Media and Sport and the Department for...


England's first Easter Bunny?

With Easter just around the corner a new book from the National Churches Trust  - 'The Treasures of English Churches' - features photographs of what may be the earliest 'Easter Bunnies' to be found...