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The Churches Conservation Trust cares for over 350 historic buildings with world-class art, architecture and archaeology spanning 1,000 years of history.
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The CCT Apr 19
: We’re seeing a Regeneration Officer to join our regeneration taskforce, delivering nationally important projects for historic churches. Find out more at:
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The CCT Apr 18
The devastating fire at Notre-Dame in Paris, and the public response, has resoundingly demonstrated that historic places of worship matter to society. Our CEO shares his thoughts on what this means for the future of our churches:
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The CCT Apr 18
: We’re seeing an experienced Centre Manager at All Souls who will work to ensure that this vibrant venue becomes the go to place for the local community and events. Find out more at:
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The CCT Apr 17
: St Swithun’s, is undergoing a £2.4m HLF project that will create an arts space in the heart of the city. We’re looking for an Engagement Officer to drive the implementation of the activity plan:
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The CCT Apr 17
: We’re looking for an agile thinker to join our new Conservation Directorate as Head of Enterprise. Are you a dynamic individual who has an awareness of the opportunities and constraints of working with historic buildings?
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Countryman editor Apr 17
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The CCT Apr 16
Did you see BBC’s most recent episode of ‘Walks of Life’ this week? Mehreen Baig follows in the footsteps of Charles Dickens and visits our church, St James’ Cooling, which provided the inspiration for the opening scene of Great Expectations. Watch again here:
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IHBC East Midlands Apr 15
Without taking away from the legion of human tragedies in this world, within our sector the risk of a devastating fire to a beloved historic building and a living time machine to our past is always the most heartbreaking.
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Peter Aiers Apr 10
A beautiful morning brought to you by we are on this morning
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The CCT Apr 9
Did you see our beautiful Church of St Michael & All Angels, Princetown in the recent BBC series Walks of Life? Find out more and watch again here:
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The CCT Mar 28
A throwback to last year, when we worked with and the artist Rana Begum to transform St Peter's in using . Read more about the project in this blog: [Photo: Adrian Powter]
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The CCT Mar 25
Did you know that is dog-friendly? are part of the - you shouldn't have to leave them behind in kennels when you go on ! Find out more and book your Champing holiday here:
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The CCT Mar 22
The incredible of the ceiling of St Edmund's in , Greater - a offering a a fascinating blend of gothic revival and Masonic symbolism: [Photo: ]
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The CCT Mar 21
"And must that plaintive bell in vain Plead loud along the dripping lane? And must the building fall? Not while we love the church and live And of our charity will give Our much, our more, our all..." (John Betjeman) [Photo credit: Joseph Casey]
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The CCT Mar 20
Do you have the skills & passion for inspiring community activity at historic sites? We’re looking to appoint 4 Local Community Officers to our regional teams to develop community fundraising, stewardship & to ensure our historic churches thrive.
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The CCT Mar 20
Spring is springing! Happy -. Enjoy the blossoming flora and fauna. 🌱 [Glass is a detail from a window at St Gregory's, Vale of Lune]
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The CCT Mar 20
Not sure if it's open as standard. Might have to ask ...
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The CCT Mar 20
Thank you for joining us Nic! Great to see so many out to discuss the future of the building - a true Shrewsbury gem.
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The CCT Mar 20
Great themed blog from . Thx for featuring St James' Cooling!
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The CCT Mar 20
Not this shot... ours was Albury. So nice to church spot in films! 🙂
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