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Toc H

A voluntary body founded in 1919 following the First World War with the aim of encouraging ex-soldiers who had visited Talbot House in Popperinghe in Belgium for rest and recreation. The House had been the focus of Philip Geoffrey (Tubby) Clayton a Church of England Chaplain who following the war used talents to promote the development of Toc H both in the United Kingdom and across the world to be an agency that promoted the creation of healthy communities in which Toc H members offered voluntary support to many different groups of people. Toc H is rooted in the Christian faith whilst being open to working in partnership with people from other faith traditions and those of no faith. Our commitment is to contributing to supporting any family or individual in supporting and building communities of service.

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Become a Member of Toc H:

Toc H is a membership organisation, to join us, please fill out our membership application form: 

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 Toc H – Board of Management:

Members elect a Board of management at the AGM held in October each year. The Board develops our policies and manages the staff. 

Our Head Office:

The head office is in Birmingham it is staffed by: Samantha Roberts sjr@toch.org.uk and Julie Burgess – jab@toch.org.uk 

TOC H Annual Accounts and Trustees Report 2019-20

Please click here to view a copy of the report.