Combined visits with English Heritage and Churches Conservation Trust

Date Posted: 12/04/2012

English Heritage and the Churches Conservation Trust have joined forces in a bid to encourage organised groups to combine visits to sites located in close proximity to each other.

Particularly relevant for groups with an interest in English history and heritage, the new collaboration will see the properties of the two organisations promoted alongside each other.

Jointly promoted properties include 18th century St George’s Church and Portland Castle in Dorset; St Mary’s Church, St Peter’s Church, and one of the most important Roman sites in Britain - Richborough Roman Fort, all located in Kent; and York’s Holy Trinity Church and Clifford’s Tower.

Crispin Truman, chief executive of CCT commented: “We are delighted to have the opportunity to be working with English Heritage on this project. Our aim is to bring out the connections between our sites and encourage visitors to CCT churches as well as English Heritage sites when they are planning a day out.”

For further group travel information visit english-heritage.org.uk or visitchurches.org.uk

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