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Farnham Building Preservation Trust Limited

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The Farnham Trust is a registered charitable trust and a limited company, founded in 1968 with the objective of preserving heritage assets in and around Farnham.  It has a long and distinguished record of saving threatened historic buildings, restoring them and returning them to viable future use.

Major projects have included a contribution to the saving of the Farnham Maltings in 1969, work on the New Ashgate Gallery in the 1980s, and the rescue of the Farnham Pottery from imminent demolition in 1998.

The Trust has around 50 ordinary members, including 12 who are elected trustees and meet monthly as the Executive Board, working on a voluntary basis.

Membership of the Trust is free, and those who support its aims are welcome to apply to the Secretary.

The Annual General Meeting is held in June or July.