The Mansfield Traquair Trust was formed in 1993 in response to public concern about the deterioration of the condition of the former Catholic Apostolic Church in Mansfield Place, Edinburgh, damage to the murals by Phoebe Anna Traquair and the lack of an acceptable or viable use for the building. The aims of the Mansfield Traquair Trust are to seek a viable long-term future for the building and to ensure that the fabric and the murals are repaired and conserved for the benefit of the public at large. All income and expenditure is dedicated to achieving these aims.
The Trustees bring a wealth of experience in fields of art, architecture, history of art and architecture, fund-raising, the conservation and reuse of historic buildings, project and building management. To them are due thanks for their stalwart guidance through the years.
The Trust is a charitable company limited by guarantee and is constituted as a building preservation trust.
Scottish Charity no: SC021599
Registered Company no: SC159591
Registered address: Mansfield Traquair Centre, 15 Mansfield Place, Edinburgh. EH3 6BB
VAT Registration no: 724 1007 81
The Trust is administered by the Secretary, Gill Stewart.
The Trust's solicitors are Lindsays WS and its accountants are Geoghegans.
The Trust is supported by the Friends of the Mansfield Traquair Centre.