The success of the Sussex Heritage Trust has always depended on the generosity of our sponsors, friends and supporters in helping to support our continued work. Please click the box above to learn more – or click here to become a Friend.
Apply for a Sussex Heritage Trust conservation bursary
Find out more about our bursaries at West Dean College or Weald and Downland Living Museum – click here for details.
Historic street furniture in the public realm
Over the last few years there has been an increasing awareness of the importance of the ‘public realm’ but what is it? Click here for more.
Book Now! Private Tour of West Dean College of Arts and Conservation
Join us for a private tour to see the Roof Conservation project and a tour of the Gardens on Tuesday 21st June 2022. Book now.
Who’s who at the Sussex Heritage Trust
The Trust’s President, The Rt. Hon. Lord Egremont, DL and Chair, Simon Knight FRICS DL, are aided by some wonderful, talented and generous people – click here to see who they are.
…to our sponsors, friends and supporters
The Sussex Heritage Trust exists entirely due to the generosity of its sponsors, friends and supporters. Click here to learn a little more about them.
The Awards: frequently asked questions
Although the Awards are closed for this year, you may be considering applying for or nominating your special project for a Sussex Heritage Trust award for 2022. Click here for our FAQs.
Other news from the Sussex Heritage Trust
The Heritage Crafts Association and Sussex Heritage Trust offer grants for endangered crafts…
Sussex Heritage Trust and South Downs National Park Authority launch partnership…
Sussex Heritage Trust: our remit
Sussex Heritage Trust is a UK Registered Charity (Reg. No. 274366) established in 1977 to preserve, improve and encourage the appreciation of the architectural and natural heritage of Sussex. The Awards Scheme began in 1998 and has brought to light many fine examples of conservation, preservation and rejuvenation projects across the county, and continues to do so. Click here to find out more…