Save The OId King’s Head

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Donate any amount: Sponsor A Brick

You just want to go ahead and donate! None of this gift nonsense for you! Donate whatever amount you want, because you just want to see the Old King’s Head back on it’s feet!

Saving the structure will cost over 2.1 million, so that’s around £13 per brick. Your contribution is vital.


Donate £10: we  will send you our Save the Old King’s Head tote bag

Look snazzy with this custom made tote bag with artwork created by our own designer Sue Unsworth.

The design on this bag was produced to match the inn’s history of being on a bustling route. It reflects old railway posters, a sense of going somewhere. Our campaign to save the Old King’s Head means that the journey of this fantastic historic building is not over yet!


Donate £20 – £25: You’ll receive Emma Knight Design Brooch

Emma Knight, a talented jewellery designer was inspired by our project and has designed these two pieces especially for you.

Brooch £20

Up-and-Away Necklace £25


Donate £50 and immortalise your support with your name enshrined and on display at the Old King’s Head

Thanks to your contribution we will be able to carry out extensive works not only on the structure of the Old King’s Head, but also improve its outbuildings and accessibility. We are really grateful to everyone who agrees with us that this project is important and to thank you, your name will become a part of the Old King’s Head.

Donate £150 to celebrate and remember each other with your names on our mural

In our courtyard our beautiful mural will celebrate your contribution to our campaign.

Through this donation you will be making a significant contribution to this campaign, breathing new life into the heart of this rural community.


Donate £500 for an inaugural night at the Old King’s Head

Be among the first to spend a night in the exquisite and newly decorated Old King’s Head. Your support is vital to our work to save this building. Thanks to your donation we will come one step closer to our goal.

We would like to thank you for your contribution by inviting you to our champagne ceremony and the opportunity to spend a night at the sublime Old King’s Head B&B.

The Old King’s Head

We invite you to join our crowdfunding campaign to save Tudor coaching inn, The Old King’s Head of Kirton.

The inn is a rare example of the Fenland Artisan Mannerist style, a building technique which reveals a unique history of the ebb and flow of Britain’s people. The Old King’s Head tells us about the forgotten importance of the road from London to Boston, once a hub for those who traded, travelled and warred by sea.

Kirton, now a small village was once a hectic town, the third largest settlement in the county. The history of the Old King’s Head and its custodians reflect the cultural heritage of the local area, prosperous landlords, vigorous rivalries, between the church, barmen and even their own clientele!

So What’s Next for the Old King’s Head?

Now the Old King’s Head, still standing proud, is vulnerable to irreparable damage. Through grants we have so far raised enough to purchase and carry out two rounds of emergency works. But we need your help to make sure that the work we do is complete and this incredible building is restored to its rightful position at the heart of the village of Kirton. Your donations do not have to be huge, our aim is that through uniting many voices we can show that people care about seeing remarkable buildings being put to good use! Have your say: donate to our campaign.

To learn more about our work to save the Old King’s Head, check out our blog.

To help us save the Old King’s Head, choose your gift from below, follow the instructions and donate.


A gem of Fenland Artisan Mannerism,
The tale of the historic movement of people across the UK,
The heart of Kirton.

We’ve had a great time getting here, now let’s get together and Save The Old King’s Head!

A huge thank you to all our funding partners who have made this project possible: