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Warwick Bridge Corn Mill gets a new lease of life

At long last, Warwick Bridge Corn Mill will be occupied by a miller for the first time since 1991. Warwick Bridge Corn Mill is the latest restoration project to be delivered by the North of England Civic Trust. The Trust acquired the Mill in July 2015, and plans are underway to secure a future for this historic, listed building by restoring it and bringing it back into use over the next few years.

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North of England Civic Trust

North of England Civic Trust is a charitable organisation working across the North East, North Yorkshire and Cumbria. In recent years we have delivered nearly £10 million of projects, generating jobs in areas of deprivation and contributing to the local economy.

As a civic trust we champion public involvement in the processes that shape the environment, often working with local groups. As a building preservation trust, we tackle dereliction on the high street and in the countryside, from modest local landmarks to the rescue of nationally important heritage on the brink of being lost. As a consultancy, we provide independent expert advice to all those who need it, brokering solutions to sensitive development issues and securing the resources needed to convert liabilities into assets. As a charitable company, NECT is overseen by its board of trustees, all of whom work voluntarily, in their own time, for the Trust.

Current Fundraising

We are currently fundraising for two of our building preservation projects - Warwick Bridge Corn Mill and Camp Farm, Maryport - you can read more about these on their project pages. If you would like to make a donation, please click on the donate button below. Many thanks.