NATIONAL CHURCHES TRUST – KEEPING CHURCHES, CHAPELS AND MEETING HOUSES ALIVE
The National Churches Trust is delighted to support St Stephen the Martyr, Launceston with a grant towards replacing the church roof.
The National Churches Trust work is dedicated to keeping church buildings open throughout the UK so that they can be used for worship and for community activities. Our support for churches also means that their architecture and heritage is safeguarded for the future.
We receive no direct financial support from government or church authorities and rely on the support of the public to continue our vital work.
Thanks to the generosity of our Friends and supporters, since 1953 we have provided over 12,000 grants and loans and ensured that churches, chapels and meeting houses throughout the UK have remained in good repair and with modern facilities to ensure that they can serve the needs of local people.
Please do consider supporting us today by becoming a Friend of the National Churches Trust. Friends receive invitations to our events, including church tours; a subscription to our bi-annual Friends Newsletter and regular Friends E-newsletters; a complimentary copy of our Annual Review and a range of offers including discounted home insurance.
New Friends receive a free copy of Treasures of English Churches by Dr Matthew Byrne, a beautiful and inspiring book of photographic portraits.
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For more details please visit website www.nationalchurchestrust.org, contact 020 7222 0605, email [email protected], or write to us at: National Churches Trust, 7 Tufton Street, London SW1P 3QB.
With many thanks, Luke March DL, Chairman, National Churches Trust
Once the building is water-tight we move to Phase 2 of our project which involves creating a level entrance into the church for better accessibility, a toilet within the building, a kitchen and refreshment area and a local heritage display. Please see the attached file on our project questionnaire for further information.