We are pleased to bring you the latest news from Gloucestershire Historic Churches Trust!
Introduction to the Trust
Gloucestershire Historic Churches Trust supports more than 600 historic churches, chapels and meeting houses in Gloucestershire, South Gloucestershire and North Bristol with grants to help with the upkeep of church buildings. The Trust was established in 1980 and last year gave over £150,000 in grants to churches.
Their work helps to keep these buildings alive as places of worship, active centres of community life and landmarks of our architectural heritage. The Trust raise funds through membership, donations, legacies and the annual Ride+Stride event.
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Gloucestershire Historic Churches Trust (GHCT) are delighted that despite coronavirus Ride+Stride 2020 will be taking place on 12th September. More than ever, historic churches in Gloucestershire, South Gloucestershire and North Bristol need your support.
A major project supported by grants from the Gloucestershire Historic Churches Trust is looking to recruit a Graduate Conservation Assistant and a Student Conservation Intern. The Perry Lithgow Partnership have been appointed to carry out conservation treatment to the...
The current pandemic means that for the first time The Gloucestershire Historic Churches Trust is going to hold its AGM via the Zoom video conferencing application. The AGM will be held on Zoom on 8th June at 5pm.
We're pleased to announce our Annual Report for 2019 has now been published and is available on our website. In 2019, the Trust provided £152,000 in church maintenance grants for fabric repair and improvements to churches used for Christian worship throughout the...
At home due to Coronavirus? If your church needs help with renovation or maintenance why not use the time to apply for a grant? Plus we’ll update you soon on Ride+Stride 2020.
If you have a historic church building in Gloucestershire, South Gloucestershire or North Bristol requiring repair or renovation you can apply for a grant by downloading the form from the website before 30 April 2020
Fundraising pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela to fundraise for St James the Great Church in Stoke Orchard.
All churches need constant maintenance, renovation and improvement to keep them open and relevant for their communities.
After 15 months, a project to restore the bells at St Peter’s Newnham has finally been completed allowing the Sunday service ringing to restart after 25 years.
The brilliant weather for the annual Ride+Stride event on Saturday the 14th of September has led to another successful year of fundraising for Gloucestershire’s churches!
Alex and Charlotte Reeves of Charlotte’s Tandems are set to take part in the 2019 Ride and Stride.