Together - we've done it!

Killerton, near Exeter, Devon, needs your help to raise 100K to help us care for Killerton

After launching the appeal in January this year, you've helped to raise the £100k needed for the roof conservation project and we would like to say a huge thank you to you all.

Whether you donated £1 or £100, you've made a big difference. There's a lot of love out there for this special place and we're absolutely bowled over by your support.

The project is now in it's final stages and will see the roof being fully restored and conservation work undertaken on the stonework and parapets alongside the reinstatement of historic chimneys that had previously been removed.

The Acland family, who left the intact estste to the Trust in 1944, did so for the benefit and enjoyment of everybody. The money donated has allowed us to undertake conservation work that will result in a watertight building with an improved interior, protecting the special collections to be enjoyed for generations.

But we're not stopping here, as the more we raise the more we can do to care for Killerton. Thank you for your support!

The roof is repaired and the restored chimneys ready to be unveiled.
Killerton's roof repair project nearing completion in November 2017
The roof project has drawn to a close at Killerton

Roof project draws to a close

The project to care for Killerton is complete and the scaffolding has now been removed. Find out what we've been up to.