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We are offering a 10% discount* off EduCare’s e-learning service that includes unlimited access to a range of safeguarding and duty of care courses to our education, charity and charitible care customers.
In light of current uncertainty caused by the outbreak of COVID-19 we understand that there will inevitably be an impact on your insurance needs.
Ensuring we continue to provide you with the services, help and advice that you need.
For every new home insurance policy taken out with us, we’re donating £130 to a church or cathedral of the policyholder’s choice through our Trust130 promotion.
Get the low-down on the state of the global art market from our Art & Private Client Underwriting Director and in-house art specialist, Dr James Lindow.
Hear what historian Dr Simon Thurley dug up in his garden in King’s Lynn and about the time capsule he’s hidden for future generations to unearth.
For 130 years we’ve been trusted to protect much of the UK’s irreplaceable heritage and art. Review magazine showcases our shared passion for these wonderfully enriching treasures.
Discover what the best-dressed dogs have been wearing over the centuries at the delightfully quirky Dog Collar Museum at Leeds Castle from the Castle’s Curator, Annie Kemkaran-Smith.
Find out what sparked David Roper-Curzon’s passion for sculpting as he talks from his studio at home in the magnificent 17th century Pylewell Park.
Gain an insight into the world of fine and rare jewels from Sonia Fazlali-Zadeh, Jewellery Specialist & Valuer at Gurr Johns.
Read the remarkable story of how a disused church is being transformed into a thriving community hub.
Find out about the restoration of an old dairy from The Landmark Trust’s Dr Anna Keay.
Enter the minds of the celebrated architects at Mecanoo as they explain the thinking behind the extraordinary Glass Villa in the Cotswolds.
Helping members of the clergy and church employees save for a comfortable retirement.
Winners of the £2000 prize draw revealed
At last year’s ISBA conference, we ran a poll to find out which risks you felt less prepared for and require further support with. The results revealed you would like more support with cyber and health and safety.
Churches up and down the country rely on an army of volunteers who give their time and dedication to look after church buildings and make sure the worship and outreach continue.
With the political situation still unclear, Ecclesiastical has put plans into place to reduce any impact for customers.