Historic Buildings Conservation Bursary Traineeship


As part of the Historic Environment Skills project, which is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, we are looking to find a new trainee to learn all about the craft of historic buildings conservation in the heritage building sector!

Are you passionate about heritage? Do you have a love of building sandcastles? Do you have an interest in architecture and an appreciation for historic buildings? Would you like to learn a skill that is becoming rare in the UK?

This traineeship in Historic Buildings Conservation will last for 12 months and is based in Lincolnshire with travel across various sites in the East Midlands. The training host is Millstone Restoration, who are a small business who participate in many unique and interesting projects, including earth building!

Benefits from training with the Historic Environment Skills project:

  • You will receive a tax free monthly bursary
  • You will train with talented crafts people and work on challenging projects
  • You will be assigned a mentor and receive pastoral support from the Project Coordinator
  • All training will be paid for by the project
  • You will have a budget to put towards PPE and tools
  • You will be one of several trainees in different organisations and become part of a heritage network in Lincolnshire and the East Midlands

For more information, please download the traineeship role description. To apply, please send your expression of interest form to [email protected] by the deadline, Sunday the 18th of August.

You can see the other traineeship roles on our HES Traineeships page.