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Welcome

Richmondshire Building Preservation Trust (RBPT) is a heritage restoration charity based in the market town of Richmond, North Yorkshire.

Alongside our flagship project, The Station in Richmond, Richmondshire Building Preservation Trust was named such to allow for the future adoption, restoration and management of buildings at risk throughout Richmondshire.

In short, we have the aim of Making Buildings Better. 

Making a general donation to RBPT will allow us
to continue our building preservation work:

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Your support is greatly appreciated

 

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About Us

Richmondshire Building Preservation Trust (RBPT) is a heritage restoration charity based in the market town of Richmond, North Yorkshire.

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Projects

The Station in Richmond is our flagship project but we have exciting plans for the future and maintain a database of at risk buildings throughout Richmondshire.

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Trustees

Our Trustees, all of whom are volunteers, bring a diverse range of skills that are complementary to the needs of Richmondshire Building Preservation Trust.

Recent News

 

New look and project for RBPT:...

21 May 2024

News, Projects

Richmondshire Building Preservation Trust (RBPT), the charity behind community enterprise The Station, announces renewed feasibility studies into the Grade II listed, at-risk Old Grammar School in...

All change at the top -...

25 January 2024

News

Richmondshire Building Preservation Trust (RBPT), the charity behind community enterprise The Station, has announced that Chair of Trustees John Harris is stepping down from the role after four...

Keld Old School Saved for the...

24 May 2022

News, Projects

Keld school in upper Swaledale has been saved as a living heritage asset for the next generation by a consortium of funders including the Richmondshire Building Preservation Trust (RBPT). The...

Patrons

We are honoured to now have as Patrons of the Trust

The Earl of Ronaldshay
Baroness Harris of Richmond
Robert W. Miller
Lord Hague of Richmond
David Carr