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The role of the Trust

Royal Greenwich Heritage Trust is a registered charity, formed in 2014 to look after key structures, objects and historic records within the Royal Borough of Greenwich

We care for important historic buildings such as Charlton House, Tudor Barn and the Greenwich Heritage Centre, as well as a number of memorials. Our aim is to ensure the future of the Royal Borough’s rich heritage whilst bringing that heritage to life for everyone, through exhibitions, tours, walks and activities.

The aims of the trust are:

· To help people learn and find out about the history and heritage of our region

· To care for our heritage buildings for the benefit of the public

· To promote the use of the buildings, grounds and collections in our care

To view our annual report and financial statement from 2015-16 please download the document provided.

Download RGHT_2015-16_Consolidated_accounts.pdf

To view our annual report and financial statement from 2014-15 please download the document provided.

Download RGHT_Accounts_2014-15_Final.pdf

Contact us

If you are interested in volunteering, hiring our spaces or making a donation, or you would like to speak to someone from the Trust, Greenwich Heritage Centre or Charlton House and Assembly Rooms, please use the contact form and add the subject to your email. We aim to respond to enquiries within a week. Please bear with us as the Trust is managed with minimum staff and has to prioritise visits in person or on the phone.

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