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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.


National Maintenance Week

The National Churches Trust is supporting the Society for the Preservation of Ancient Building's (SPAB) 'National Maintenance Week', which runs from Friday 20 - Friday 27 November 2020. The campaign...


Historic Roman Catholic churches 'to see before you die'

Historic Roman Catholic churches and chapels have been given pride of place in a new feature on the National Churches Trust's Explore Churches website.  Six delightful churches and chapels are...


Local Treasures

A special event and awards ceremony to celebrate the often unsung heroes who look after church buildings. Join us on Friday 20 November, at the start of National Maintenance Week, for a special free...


Celebrating excellence

Stanbrook Abbey, a new monastery in the North Yorkshire Moors designed by Fielden Clegg Bradley Studios and St Mark's church in Leeds, which was restored to its former glory by Richard Crooks...


The future of the UK's church buildings is at risk

  The need for more funding for the UK's church and chapel buildings has been highlighed in a letter signed by representatives of leading church building support organisations,  published in The...


The House of Good

  Church leaders have called for urgent government support to protect church buildings after a new report from the National Churches Trust highlighted the UK’s increasing reliance on mainly-volunteer...


Annual Review 2019 - 2020 published

That is one of the key messages in the National Churches Trust Annual Review for 2019 – 2020, published today, Wednesday 23 September 2020. In his introduction to the Annual Review, Luke March, the...

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The House of Good

Visit our House of Good website On 19 October 2020, the National Churches Trust will publish The House of Good, a pioneering study of the value of church buildings. For the first time, this report...


Grants for Northern Ireland's churches and chapels

Churches and chapels in Northern Ireland have until 5 October 2020 to apply for grants to carry out essential maintenance or urgent repair work in the first round of funding from the National...


Church architecture - The People's Vote

Each year, the UK Church Architecture Awards honour excellence and creativity in church architecture. The Awards are run by the National Churches Trust and the Ecclesiastical Architects and Surveyors...