The Norfolk Churches Trust exists in order to protect through financial aid and advice the many architecturally precious religious monuments of the county.
Norfolk features the largest cluster of medieval churches in the world, representing an important legacy for future generations. These beautiful buildings contain a wide range of rare works of art and craftsmanship including stained glass windows, painted screens, statuary and frescos, carved woodwork, bells and organs. The Trust's grants have proved to be vital to the future of many churches.
Preservation of your privacy is important to the Norfolk Churches Trust and we are committed to letting you know how we use your personal information and to making only responsible use of your data. You can read our Data Privacy Statement here.
The 2017 Bike Ride Photo competition has been judged by our sponsors, Brown & Co, and you can see the results on the Bike Ride page of this website.
The Norfolk Churches Trust Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 12th September 2018 at St Margaret's Church Fleggburgh. The meeting will start at 5.30pm and you can find more details here