The third edition of the Trust’s newsletter is now available for downloading. It includes articles on the Trust’s Summer Party, the Bassetlaw Christian Network and a profile of the Trust’s new president, David Atkins.
The second edition of the Trust’s newsletter is now available for downloading. It includes a fascinating article on the restoration of the Evelyn Gibb’s murals at St Martin of Tours, Bilborough, the bells and tower project at Averham and George Olifent – Master Locksmith.
The Nottinghamshire Historic Churches Trust Annual Report for 2014/2015 is now available to download. Click on the link below to download the PDF.
Documents for both churches and riders/striders/welcomers taking part in The Ride+Stride event on Saturday 12th September are now available for downloading from the Ride+Stride page. They include sponsorship forms, welcome and direction signs, a list of participating churches, a visitors’ register, guidance etc.
The Nottinghamshire Historic Churches Trust Annual Report for 2013/2014 is now available to download. Click on the link below to download the PDF.
Click on the links below to download the Submission deadline dates for 2015 and general information regarding grant application.
The Ride+Stride event 2015 will take place on Saturday 12th September. This is one of our main fundraising events each year, when cyclists and walkers are sponsored to visit churches, and church welcomers are also sponsored to sit in the church and receive visitors. The money raised is shared between the churches taking part and…
The first edition of the Trust’s newsletter is now available for downloading. It includes a fascinating article suggesting that carvings on the main doorway of Scofton church may have inspired Edward Lear’s poem, ‘The Owl and the Pussycat.’
The first edition of the Churches Trusts Forum Newsletter can now be downloaded from this website. It includes a short article by our Secretary, Anthea Moat, on the ‘Funding and Faculties’ training day held in April.
A grant of £2,500 has recently been released following completion of a major restoration project to replace the roof over the sanctuary space (see illustrations). The church is Grade II listed, one of only a handful of listed buildings in the vicinity. Formerly it was a Congregational Church and there has been a worshipping community…