Scarisbrick Hall Trust exists to preserve and maintain the rich heritage of Scarisbrick Hall and make it accessible to the whole community through the Arts and creative activity

PRESERVE AND MAINTAIN THE HERITAGE OF SCARISBRICK HALL

The key aim of Scarisbrick Hall Trust is to secure a viable, sustainable and appropriate future for Scarisbrick Hall and its parkland, ensuring the ongoing care and preservation of the site and its heritage for future generations.

The Trust is responsible for the care, repair and maintenance of the Grade 1 listed Hall, its associated buildings and land, which has elements of great historical significance, and for the fundraising this requires.

MAKE IT ACCESSIBLE TO THE WHOLE COMMUNITY

The Trust aims to increase public access to the site and reveal the heritage of Scarisbrick Hall and the local area for people across the North West and beyond. 

The Trust also provides financial support through scholarships and bursaries to enable children gifted in the Arts to attend Scarisbrick Hall School.

THROUGH THE ARTS AND CREATIVE ACTIVITY

The Trust believes the arts are an important and valuable way in which to do this and aims to develop the arts provision for the local community. The Trust supports strong community partnerships and provides a creative and cultural hub that unites local arts projects and organisations.

With a focus on the performing arts, the Trust supports a Saturday Performing Arts school that is open to young musicians, dancers and actors from across the North West. In addition to this the Trust is already involved with key partners such as BASBWE (British Association of Symphonic Wind Bands), local orchestras, community musicians and wider partners. For more information about our Performing Arts School and events, visit our What's On page.

Scarisbrick Hall Trust is a registered charity, charity number 1118539 and a company limited by guarantee, company number 06146393.