Partner Heritage Organisations

Partner Heritage Organisations



SPAB | Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings


The SPAB is the UK’s oldest building conservation body founded by William Morris and  others in 1877. They protect historic buildings through advice, training, awards and campaigning. 

For further information on SPAB and how you can help maintain our heritage. please visit:



The Glass-House | Connecting people with design and design with people



The Glass-House Community Led Design is a national charity that supports communities, organisations and networks to work collaboratively on the design of buildings, open spaces, homes and neighbourhoods.

They see design not only as a tool for creating great places, but also as a way to connect people and empower them with enhanced confidence, skills and a greater sense of agency.

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The Heritage Alliance | The Voice of Heritage Interested in England


Established in 2002, the Heritage Alliance is a membership body, which represents the independent heritage movement in England. As such, it has a unique role, promoting the sector in all its diversity.

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May 2024: Heritage Alliance have published a key report on the critical effect of the Cost of Living Crisis on the Heritage Sector. 

The #HeritageOnTheBrink report highlights how new challenges have deepened cracks in the foundations of the sector and sets out a range of potential solutions. The report finds that parts of the sector are now on the brink of collapse, and that urgent action is needed to ensure that our living, breathing heritage is not consigned to the past. 

The report calls for a range of interventions including a new Culture Growth Fund: a major new phase of investment to support the sector during the ongoing crisis, and in turn to support the wider public through the benefits heritage provides.

Read it here.


Friends of Friendless Churches | Saving beautiful places of worship from demolition, decay and unsympathetic conversion


Established in 1957, Friends of Friendsless Churches rescue and repair places of worship in England and Wales. They care for and celebrate their rich architectural legacy and history, and support their local communities


For more information, visit


The National Lottery Heritage Fund


Using money raised by the National Lottery, the Heritage Fund inspires, leads and resources the UK’s heritage to create positive and lasting change for people and communities, now and in the future. 


Our Sunday School Stories project has been part funded thanks to a very generous £1,054,500 grant from The National Lottery Heritage Fund, thanks to National Lottery players.

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Islington Sustainability Network | Promoting best environmental practice, increase social value and the transition to a Net Zero Carbon Islington

We have been selected to be part of the Mayor’s Climate Change Challenge with the aim to reduce our carbon emission by 10% in the next 12 month.

For more information, visit