SAVE's building preservation trust, The SAVE Trust, has on four occasions stepped in and taken on the repair of threatened historic buildings.
Marcus Binney (Chair)
Castle House, Bridgwater
The Trust is working on the restoration of the Grade II* listed Castle House - a concrete structure built to showcase the potential of cement in the Victorian period.
UPDATE November 2018:The scaffolding has come down! SAVE Britain’s Heritage is delighted to announce that the final stage of structural repairs and restoration of the façade of Castle House in Bridgwater, Somerset, has now completed. For the first time after many years, the elaborate concrete ornaments of this unique grade II* listed building are visible again.
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The Trust has previously saved three buildings from demolition and repaired them.
All Souls, Haley Hill, Halifax
SAVE took on the repair of the Sir George Gilbert Scott church and its spire, which otherwise would have been lost.
Threatened with demolition to make way for a car park, the SAVE Trust stepped in and gave the second oldest residence in Caernarfon, a new lease of life.
Bought by SAVE for £1 at Public Inquiry the house was prevented from collapse into disused mine shafts and repaired.