26 February 2018
The first mention of a grammar school in Richmond was in 1392, although it is believed it was founded earlier than this.
A new school was granted a charter by Queen Elizabeth I in 1566 and built in the Churchyard of St Mary’s. It...
The Station, closed for rail travel in 1969, began a new chapter following redevelopment by Richmondshire Building Preservation Trust in 2007. The magnificent Victorian Gothic Revival building is now home to a stylish café bar restaurant; a...
We are seeking new Trustees to join the Board of Richmond Building Preservation Trust.
14 February 2018
You are someone who wants to:
Make a difference to the local community
Help the Trust create and deliver an exciting vision for the future
Help direct and govern the assets of the Trust to ensure that it survives and...
12 February 2018
If you need help with a building at risk, we may be able to help subject to availability of funds.
Richmondshire Building Preservation Trust was established to ‘Preserve historical, architectural and constructional heritage within...
Monday 19th March
James Gravenor, leader of the Old Grammar School Project will be talking about the Old Grammar School, it’s history and our vision for its future.
Talks will take place at 6pm and 7.30pm in the Townsend Suite at The Station followed...