Frank Field MP
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The Churches' Conservation Trust is 40

The Churches’ Conservation Trust is forty years old this year. Set up as a joint exercise between the State and the Anglican Church, and financed from tax payers and the church commissioners, the Trust now is the custodian of the some of the finest examples of British architecture over the last 1000 years.

It is impossible to understand England without understanding its history, and its history cannot be fully understood without the role churches have played in building up our society.

I chaired the Trust for a time and Loyd Grossman, the current chairman, outlined planned for events which will make the 80th birthday party an even greater landmark. Details of the CCT can be gained from their website on:
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