Celebrating and Supporting
Historic Churches
in Cambridgeshire

Church tours 2024

As usual, each tour will start at the first named church at 2.30 pm.  At the third and final church our hosts are kind enough to provide us with tea and a WC is available.    For those who wish to remain after the tour we either conduct our own short form of Evening Prayer or join the host church for their evening service if one is scheduled.

The June and August tours will be led by the Revd Dr Lynne Broughton and the May tour by William Schenck, a longstanding Trust member and Ely Cathedral guide.  July tour guide to be confirmed.  We don’t charge for participation in these tours but we ask those attending to donate generously to the churches we visit. 

Sunday 9th June

Leverington, St Leonard
Newton-in-the-Isle, St James
Tydd St Giles, St Giles

Sunday 14th July
Kirtling, Our Lady Immaculate & St Philip Neri
Kirtling, All Saints
Dullingham,  St Mary

Sunday 11th August
Great Staughton, St Andrew
Hail Weston, St Nicholas
Eaton Socon, St Mary

We give Grants for repair and restoration

Featured Project: Hardwick, St Mary

Plaster ceiling repairs are now nearing completion and the PCC hopes to re-open the church very soon.
Our next round of grants will be decided on 04 September 2024. The application deadline is 28 August 2024.

Please leave CHCT a gift in your will

Cambridgeshire has more than 300 churches and chapels of historic and architectural interest.  They span over a thousand years from the Saxon period at Great Paxton to the High Victorian at Waresley and the 20th century at the Good Shepherd, Arbury.  The care of church buildings is the responsibility of the local community, which carries the burdens of continuous maintenance and the raising of funds for repair.



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