GRANT APPLICATION CLOSING DATE IS MON 10TH JUNE 2024
NEXT MEETING IS THUR 20TH JUNE 2024
The Northumbria Historic Churches Trust (NHCT) was set up in 1980 to help keep Christian churches of all denominations across the North East – from the Tweed to the Tees – in good repair.
Thanks to a number of very significant legacies the Trust typically awards grants in the range of £2,500 to £10,000. See the steps below to check if your church is eligible to apply. Please refer to our Grants Awarded page for past successful projects.
The Trust’s principal purpose is to help churches with the cost of restoration and repairs.
We offer grants to Christian churches of any denomination that are open regularly for worship, and are located in the North East of England, from ‘the Tweed to the Tees’.
Click here for a map of our region.
More detailed information on eligibility for grant applicants can be found here.
The Trust typically awards grants in the range of £2,500 to £10,000, please see Grants Awarded Page.
St Giles Church, Netherwitton, Morpeth - Grant Awarded £1,500
Replace Bell Headstock
St Bede's Church, South Shields - Grant Awarded £10,000
St Cuthbert's Church, Allendale - Grant Awarded £5,000
Restoration of stonework, replacement of rotten timber lintels in church porch and re-pointing.
St John's Church, Westerhope - Grant Awarded £2,500
Repointing and replastering works.
St Luke the Evangelist, Wallsend - Grant Awarded £5,000
St Mark's Church, Chapel Bank, Ninebanks, Hexham - Grant Awarded £1,300
Handrails for Infirm and Disabled access.