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We've been on TV!

Following on from the meeting on 12th November, we are pleased to announce that the community share offer for warwick bridge corn mill is now live and open for applications...more details about the launch can be found on our news page and on the Corn Mill's website

Local film crews were on site at Warwick Bridge in late January, with the resulting film being shown on That's Cumbria, a Freeview channel. If you didn't get a chance to see it live, you can watch it here

Just before Christmas Border TV came and did some filming at the mill. This was broadcast over the holiday period, but you can see the film here There is still time to be part of the community share and you can find full details on the cornmill website. You can follow the project on facebook and now on twitter too @wbcornmill

We're holding two open afternoons for anyone to drop in during the share offer period - with seasonal entertainment and refreshments available, as well as members of the community society to talk to about the offer - we'd love you to join us. Sunday 15th December and Sunday 5th January 12pm - 3pm. For more detailed information on the work that has happened at the mill over the last two years see our progress updates

We have moved ...

We have now moved into our new offices and our address is as follows:Cultura Trust, The Rivergreen Centre, St Mary's Lane, St Mary's Park, Stannington, Morpeth, NE61 6BL

Our telephone number is now 03330 034007 and our general office email is

details of new name for trust May 2019

Over the coming months we will be developing the new website at but will continue posting updates on the Warwick Bridge Corn Mill project and other items of interest (training, open days, job opportunities etc.) on this website until the new site is complete.

You will find information about the change by downloading the document below.

Waterwheel turning again! 15th April 2019

last week our millwrights were onsite at Warwick Bridge and completed the initial testing of the waterwheel - an exciting moment as we were able to see it in action for the first time since its restoration. We have a video of this on our project facebook page
lots of other interesting photos from the renovations can also be seen on the facebook page. Have a look and see how far we've come.

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.