The Churches Conservation Trust (CCT) is the national charity conserving England’s most beautiful and historic churches which are no longer needed for regular worship.
The charity’s work is bringing churches back into the heart of the community, protecting their historical significance and ensuring their survival into the future by opening them up to local communities for wider use - from nursery groups to circus schools. The charity cares for over 340 historic churches, they can be used by anyone.
Loyd Grossman OBE FSA, is Chairman of the Trust. Crispin Truman is Chief Executive.
The Churches Conservation Trust was established under Ecclesiastical Law on 1 April 1969.