What a lovely photo taken by Emma Greenway of Historic England on a whistle-stop visit to Tolpuddle this week.
Emma’s comment: “Pit stop at Tolpuddle and finally get to nosey at the @TolpuddleOCT Old Chapel. What a fabulous project and how fantastic it will be to see it come off the At Risk Register soon… “
Virtual Tolpuddle Festival 2020
July 2020 Update
Update Easter 2020
Planning Progress Report
Blessed are the Meek
Urgent repair needed
Site Visit 11/11/2019
Local Community poet…
…….celebrates TOCT funding success with a poem for National Poetry Day.
A Big Thank You to our Funders – March 2019
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- Tolpuddle Festival update – July 2019
- New door
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- TOCT May 2019 Newsletter
- April 2019 update
- TOCT March 2019 Newsletter
- TOCT September Newsletter
- TOCT July 2018 Newsletter
- Latest Project Information – Saving the Martyrs’ Legacy – July 2018
- Tolpuddle Festival 2017 – Activity Evaluation
- TOCT March 2017 Newsletter
- TOCT January 2017 Newsletter
A big thank you to Meyts Structural Consulting for generously donating £450 to TOCT,
Every donation, big or small, helps TOCT reach our target and save the Old Chapel.
DEADLINE. END OF APRIL!
We are waiting for news from 5 Charitable Trusts.
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Local folk singer inspired by
Click below to hear Rick Potter play his composition inspired by the Chapel:
Artist’s surprise visit to Tolpuddle
Liam O’Farrell is a well known artist based in Somerset, He paints in watercolour and oils and loves history and architecture.
He visited Tolpuddle Old Chapel on Bank Holiday Monday 2018 and painted this picture.
Liam has kindly donated the original to TOCT
Liam’s work can be viewed at www.liamofarrell.com
and on Twitter: @liams_art
David Willey from the Tolpuddle Old Chapel Trust says it’s a significant building.