Historic Buildings Trust

Building Preservation Trust

Dedicated to the Conservation of Historic Buildings in the West Midlands and Worcestershire

The West Midlands Historic Buildings Trust (WMHBT) and Worcestershire Buildings Preservation Trust (WBPT) are registered charities.

They aim to safeguard buildings of historical and/or architectural importance, within the West Midlands and Worcestershire, which are at risk of being lost.

The Trusts organise a range of activities to encourage new members and involve existing members.

WBPT Projects

Church House, Areley Kings

Church House, Areley Kings

Wyre Hill, Bewdley

Belle House, Pershore

Load Street, Bewdley

The Sargeants House, Ledbury

Weavers Cottages, Kidderminster

Weavers Cottages, Kidderminster

More about WBPT

Tenders Invited...

Himley Hall Lodge

WMHBT require consultants to carry out a feasibility study The Kitchen Gardenand conservation management plan for the kitchen garden, east yard and lodge at Himley Hall, Staffordshire.

More details, Forms of Tender and responses to requests for information

Events and Activities

Tour of Dudley

In March Trust members enjoyed a guided tour of Dudley by Jayne Pilkington, Senior Conservation Officer for Dudley MBC, and a meal at the Old Glasshouse.

A meal at the Old Glasshouse

See the Calendar of Events

Work Started on
Weavers Cottages

Watercolour impression of the cottages when they are completed

Abandoned for over a generation, building repair works started on site in February 2016 to rescue three historic houses in Horsefair, Kidderminster, known as the Weavers’ Cottages, thanks to National Lottery players.

Read more on the Weavers Cottages web site

© WMHBT & WBPT 2016
Registered Charity Numbers: 516158 and 214258    Company Registration Numbers: 1876294 and 837970