The Landmark Trust

The Landmark Trust

Charity information

The Landmark Trust

The Landmark Trust is a building preservation charity that rescues historic buildings at risk and gives them a new life as places to stay in and experience.

Founded 1965

  • Mission statement

    The Landmark Trust is one of Britain’s leading building conservation charities. For over 40 years it has been rescuing historic buildings at risk, giving them new life and a future. Once restored, Landmarks are let as inspiring places to stay and the income generated enables the building to have a self sustaining future. Since its formation in 1965, over 190 buildings have been saved by the Landmark Trust and more than 65,000 people now stay in Landmarks each year and visit them on Open Days.

  • Aims

    The Landmark Trust aims to:

    • Our aim is to promote enjoyment of historic buildings by enabling as many people as possible to experience living in them for a short time.
  • Overview

    Established: September 1965

    Registered Charity Number: 243312

    Board members: 11

    Phone number: 01628 512124

    Address: The Landmark Trust Shottesbrooke Maidenhead Berkshire SL6 3SW

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