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The Battlefields Trust
The Battlefields Trust aims to save battlefields from destruction, provide activities and information, liase with local and national organisations and improve interpretation and presentation of battlefields.
The Church Buildings Council (formerly the Council for the Care of Churches)
The Council is a permanent commission of the Church of England's governing body, the General Synod. Its principal duty is to assist parishes to maintain their church buildings, contents and churchyards.
The Civic Trust
The Civic Trust was founded to foster high standards of planning and architecture in towns and cities.
The Conservation Register
The Conservation Register includes a searchable database of conservator-restorers from across the UK and Ireland. Also information and guidance on choosing and working with a conservator.

The Rural Development Programme for England 2007-2013
The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings
The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings
The Theatres Trust
As the National Advisory Public Body for Theatres, The Theatres Trust works with commercial, public, subsidised and voluntary sectors to secure a sustainable future for theatre buildings.
The Wildlife Trust
The Wildlife Trusts partnership is the UK's leading conservation charity dedicated to all wildlife.
Traditonal Building Skills Bursary Scheme
The Heritage Lottery Fund has awarded £900,000 to a partnership between English Heritage, The National Trust, Cadw, ConstructionSkills and the National Heritage Training Group to establish and deliver a £1.2 million Traditional Building Skills Bursary Scheme throughout England and Wales over the next 4 years until 2010.

TORC is an information service for anyone interested in courses and training in archaeology, from GCSE and A level courses through to specialised training for professional archaeologists.

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