St. Leonard's from outside

Remember Bengeo’s Historic Churches With a Gift in Your Will

Could you protect Bengeo’s historic churches with a gift in your will?

Since Norman times, people of this parish have cared for St Leonard’s Church, Hertford’s oldest building. And Holy Trinity has been in our stewardship for more than 160 years, home to a faithful community of believers.

Each generation has cared for these churches – and handed them on to the next generation.

Now, it’s our turn.

Please, could you protect Bengeo’s historic churches for future generations with a gift in your will?

Why is a gift in your will so important?

  • You safeguard Hertford’s oldest building, St Leonard’s Church, and ensure it remains a centre for Christian worship.
  • You protect the Church of Holy Trinity, a Grade II listed building, and continue its events and ministry.
  • You give something back to the Bengeo community, and play your part in the history of these churches.

Every gift matters

Of course, your loved ones come first when you make or amend your will. But any gift, no matter the size, can have a big impact.

You can leave a share of your estate or a cash gift. Either way, it could be the most significant donation you ever make.

How to leave a gift in your will

It’s very simple to include Bengeo parish as a beneficiary in your will. You will need to provide this information to your solicitor:

Parish of Bengeo,
The Rectory,
Byde Street,
SG14 3BS

Registered charity number 1137534

If you don’t yet have a will, please use a solicitor to draw one up. Any solicitor local to you should be able to provide help or advice.

Talk to us

We are happy to talk to you about your gift and intentions. Please get in touch:

01992 413691