Support us

The Regency Town House is being restored by volunteers using money donated by visitors, our Friends Group and raised through our own activities.

Your support is greatly appreciated.

Make a donation           Join our Friends Group

Our project:

  • Aims to present the Town House as it was in the 1820s.
  • Provides access to online archives of historical records.
  • Delivers training in traditional building crafts and skills.
  • Offers a gallery space and venue for artists and performers.

We are a place where students and volunteers can research the history of our city to expand our knowledge of Regency architecture and society and of those who lived here in the past.

Photograph showing four volunteers serving from behind a counter laden with cakes and refreshments
The famous Town House pop-up tea room is a fundraising favourite with volunteers and the public

We did these things in 2018:

Expanded our digital archive to include electoral registers and burial records
Replaced the missing internal staircase to the basement.
Completed the decorative wood graining of the drawing rooms.
Acquired equipment for our Regency kitchen to present food events.

Our targets for 2019:

Make the entire digital archive into an online, searchable resource
Complete the restoration of our basement kitchen.
Restore the servants' hall as a volunteer training space.
Complete the restoration of the first floor drawing rooms.
Install gallery equipment to enable artists to present their work.

We really need your help to do this.

Make a donation           Join our Friends Group

The Regency Town House is funded through
The Brunswick Town Charitable Trust,
a charity registered in England number 1012216.