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The Norfolk Historic Buildings Trust was founded in 1977 with the aim of rescuing historic buildings at risk which for one reason or another, had failed to gain the interest of private buyers.
The Trust was set up by Norfolk County Council and CPRE Norfolk and is a registered charity. It receives an annual grant from Norfolk County Council, with District Councils and other grant giving bodies contributing towards the costs of individual projects if they are eligible.
Properties are purchased and repaired by the Trust and then usually sold on long leases, with the capital receipts being put towards the next project. Since 1977, twenty projects have been completed by the Trust. In addition, the Trust’s involvement in many other neglected buildings has stimulated owners to take action themselves, or to sell their properties to new owners.
DENVER WINDMILL UPDATE
Denver Windmill Limited has decided to close the teashop and shop at Denver – with effect from December 23rd 2014 – for the Winter, and anticipating the start of restoration work on the Mill tower shortly. www.denver-windmill.co.uk
Denver Windmill Limited has also decided to offer the teashop and shop to would-be tenants. Interested parties should email firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance.