The Trust

How the Trust operates

We are a Trust  and are governed by Articles of Association, submitted to and approved by the Charity Commission.

 

The Trust currently has over 500 paid-up .

 

Currently the work of the Trust is managed by a Board of Trustees, all of whom are unpaid. Sir Peter Bazalgette is President of the Trust he is the great-great-grandson of Sir Joseph Bazalgette, the engineer who designed London’s sewer system,.  Much of the day to day work of conservation is done by a group of volunteers working in teams covering a range of tasks from engine restoration to gardening.  We have two paid members of staff – a Business Development Manager and a Learning and Outreach Officer

 

Our income is generated by:

  • Running open days and guided tours;
  • Commercial filming – the Beam Engine House had featured in a number of films and television programmes;
  • Support from organisations such as the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Historic England and our landlord Thames Water Utilities;
  • Donations

 

Note that some of the income generated from open days and guided tours may be used to release Landfill Communities Fund monies with a payment to a Landfill Operator.

 

Meet the Trustees

 Click here for a full resume of the Trustees

 

Annual Reports

in PDF format

 

2011                     2012     

2013                     2014   

2015                     2016

2017

 

 

CROSSNESS

ENGINES

PRESERVING AN INDUSTRIAL CATHEDRAL

Tel: +44 (0)20 8311 3711

Email: info@crossness.org.uk

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A Company limited by guarantee. Registered in England No. 2141756
Registered Charity No. 297585

CROSSNESS ENGINES.

The Old Works

Thames Water S.T.W.

Bazalgette Way

Abbey Wood

London SE2 9AQ

 

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