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Our first SAVE of 2022:
St Andrew's, South Runcton

We're excited to uncover more details of this rebuild of a ruined Norman church — one of the first Victorian churches in Norfolk.

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Welcome to the
Friends of Friendless Churches

We rescue and protect historic places of worship in England and Wales

Over the centuries, churches have fallen out of use for many reasons. But we believe that these buildings represent the spiritual and artistic investment of generations, that they belong to all of us, and should be preserved for the future. We currently care for 60 places of worship in England and Wales.

Follow the link to learn more about what we do and why we do it.

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Latest
News & Events

Funding success!

We are delighted to have received funding in England and Wales under the Culture Recovery Fund, which will help us to repair a further eight churches.

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FoFC In the News

Our people and places have been featured in several publications and websites recently, including The Spectator, The Telegraph, Atlas Obscura and the Heritage Open Days website.

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Glazing glory

We are delighted that the new stained-glass window at St Peter's, Wickham Bishops in Essex has been commended for artistic craftsmanship in the 2021 Maldon Conservation & Design Awards.

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Stories from our churches

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More ways to help the
Friends of Friendless Churches

Donate

We’re an independent charity and receive no government funding in England, and a modest grant in Wales. With your support, we can continue to save vulnerable churches.

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Leave a legacy

If you have a passion for historic churches, please consider leaving the Friends of Friendless Churches a gift in your will and help protect our heritage for future generations.

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Volunteer

Do you live near one of our churches? We’re always happy to receive offers of hands-on help, so please get in touch if you would like to get involved.

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