Would you like to support us? The simplest way is to become a Friend of the Cornish Historic Churches Trust; you will join a friendly community and be invited to our four special Friends events each year.
As part of your membership, you are invited to four unique Friends events each year. These events provide enjoyable opportunities to meet other members and to raise funds for the CHCT.
The Annual Lunch is held in May or June at one of Cornwall's historic houses.
The Annual Friends of Cornish Churches Visit is in mid-June where Friends can enjoy a visit to a selection of religious buildings, mainly Churches, but Chapels and meeting houses have previously been included. There is an informative talk at each and the afternoon concludes with tea.
The Annual Meeting for Friends of Cornish Churches is held in late June or July and takes place at an especially interesting church within the county and again is followed by a lecture and tea. In 2017, we started a timeline of charting the architectural development of Cornish Churches; each year we will cover a key architectural period, starting in 2017 with the Romanesque period. More information can be found in the Annual Meeting section below.
The Champagne Christmas Party which is usually held just before Christmas, alternately at Scorrier House, near Redruth, and Boconnoc, near Lostwithiel.
Current Events Diary
Thursday 16th May at 2pm
Friends outing: St Kew & St Mabyn
Monday 3rd June at 2.30pm
Annual General Meeting held at St Michael Penkivel
with guest speaker John Allen lecturing on the Decorated Period
Friday 21st June
Friends Lunch at Caerhays Castle
Click here for tickets and further information
Saturday 14th September
Cornwall Churches Day – see how you can get involved!
Thursday 19th December 2019
Christmas Party at Scorrier House 6.30 – 8.30pm
Friends of CHCT
Thursday 19th December
6.30 – 8.30 pm at Scorrier House
Not yet a Friend?
For just £20 a year individual membership or £30 a year for two adults at the same address you can become a Friend of CHCT and play an active role in supporting the Trust.
Details of how to become a Friend are on the form which you can download from the link below. If you have any queries, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org