New Futures for Birmingham`s Historic Buildings

Birmingham Conservation Trust Needs You!

Posted June 29th, 2016 by Vicki Cox with 3 Comments

Are you passionate about Birmingham’s heritage?  You could be just the person we need. We are looking for four new trustees to join our board and lead the trust into the next 3-6 years of its strategic programme. Amongst the trustee roles we ...

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The Friday Photo: Birmingham Back to Backs

Posted October 10th, 2014 by Tracey Thorne with 1 Comment

About two years ago I started taking the Friday photo for BCT but sadly today it is going to be my last Friday photo.So I am really glad that I get to finish off with my favorite period in history with these ...

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Sneaky Peak at Stirchley Baths

Posted July 11th, 2014 by Tracey Thorne with No Comments

Following on from last weeks the Friday Photo of a gauge inside Stirchley Baths here are a few more photographs providing a sneak peak at this first stage of the renovations to turn the old baths into a community hub. Read about Birmingham ...

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The Big Give Raffle – Support Birmingham Conservation Trust!

Posted June 30th, 2013 by Birmingham Conservation Trust with 1 Comment

Birmingham Conservation Trust are taking part in the first Big Give Charities Raffle. You can buy tickets on behalf of Birmingham Conservation Trust and be in with a chance of winning one of the many fantastic prizes on offer. Each ticket costs just £1 ...

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£1million grant from Heritage Lottery Fund confirmed for Coffin Works and Birmingham Conservation Trust

Posted July 21st, 2011 by Birmingham Conservation Trust with 4 Comments

Photo: Tin Box Theatre Company taken by Birmingham Conservation Trust Fantastic news! Heritage Lottery Fund grant of £999,400 has been confirmed for Birmingham Conservation Trust to restore the Newman Brothers Coffin Works factory in the Jewellery Quarter. This is a massive step forward for ...

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Conservation and the Recession

Posted July 13th, 2010 by Birmingham Conservation Trust with No Comments

Last Wednesday (July 7th), English Heritage published the  Heritage at Risk Register 2010, which suggested that the economic downturn may have caused a reduction in the number of Grade I and II* buildings rescued from decay. Many conservation projects may be affected, ...

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