New Futures for Birmingham`s Historic Buildings

Birmingham Conservation Trust Needs You!

Posted June 29th, 2016 by BCT moderator 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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Could you be our new Chair?

Posted May 9th, 2016 by BCT moderator with No Comments

An invitation to become Chair of Birmingham’s award-winning architectural preservation trust For nearly 40 years, Birmingham Conservation Trust has been a leading force in preserving Birmingham’s architectural heritage.  Past projects include rescuing the city’s last court of Back to Backs, and our most ...

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The Friday Photo: The Birmingham and Midland Eye Hospital

Posted June 28th, 2013 by Birmingham Conservation Trust with No Comments

A beautiful example of our Victorian architecture, the eye hospital, situated on The corner of Edmund St and Church St was built in 1883. It was built when the hospital, founded in 1823 and first located on Cannon Street, was no longer ...

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My day volunteering for BCT at Moseley Road Baths

Posted September 27th, 2012 by Birmingham Conservation Trust with No Comments

I spent a few hours on Sunday 16th September volunteering at the Moseley Road Baths in Balsall Heath, and thought I would share my experience. I arrived at the baths at 1:30, and was immediately struck with how magnificent the building looked. I ...

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