Gavin Stamp Memorial Research Grants
The Mausolea and Monuments Trust is pleased to offer Gavin Stamp Memorial Research Grants, promoting scholarly study of funerary architecture.
The Mausolea and Monuments Trust is a charitable trust for the protection and preservation of mausolea and funerary monuments situated in Great Britain and Ireland. It was founded in 1997 by the late Jill Allibone. Read more
New Trustee appointed
MMT is plesaed to announce that Dr Elizabeth Blood has now joined us as a Trustee with the main intention of increasing our media profile.
Donate to the MMT
Please help support the Mausolea & Monuments Trust, by making a donation towards our important work in researching, conserving and championing Mausolea across the country.
As a small charity with limited overheads all donations make a big difference to our work, but please be as generous as you can - click here to donate.
The Trust is run entirely by volunteers, who give their time and expertise to look after the mausolea we have in guardianship, to open them to visitors, to organise and lead events and give lectures, to expand and update the gazetteer, and to edit and write for Mausolus.
Volunteers undertake the fundraising, collect membership subscriptions, run the virtual office and safeguard the finances; we have minimal office costs.
Of course we employ professionals where we need advice on particular projects, whether it is architectural expertise for individual mausolea in guardianship; website design, or the audit of our accounts. But by supporting the Mausolea & Monuments Trust you may be sure that as much of your gift as is possible goes towards cherishing the vulnerable architectural gems we champion.
We have a comprehensive Gazetteer of mausolea which contains details and location information - including a geograhic search facility. Click here to view
By supporting our organization and taking part in our activities, you will help us to look after the mausolea we have in care, raise awareness of the threat facing many others, and explain the unique fascination of this type of building to the wider public. Read more