Welcome to the Gefrin Trust
In 2002 Ad Gefrin, one of the most significant sites in early Northumbrian history, passed into the hands of The Gefrin Trust.
The Gefrin Trust was formed in 2002 and incorporated as a Registered Company Limited by Guarantee (Reg. No. 5306702) in 2004. Its main objective is ensuring the future preservation of the site through sympathetic management, conservation and investigation.
Our trustees reflect both local and national interests, with representation from the local community (Glendale Gateway Trust), Northumberland County Council, Northumberland National Park, English Heritage and Durham University.
The Trust also draws on some of the foremost specialists in Anglo-Saxon studies in the region.
Visualising the layout of the buildings at Yeavering. Using a combination of surveying and strimmers we set out to show the size and layout of King Edwin's Great Hall and the unique Grandstand feature on the site.
Find out more on our News page.
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Support the Gefrin Trust
The Gefrin Trust is a small private company, whose works are wholly dependent upon grant aid and support in kind.
As this website illustrates, since our formation the range of our activities has expanded, and we are ever grateful for contributions however small, towards these and our future works.
To help support the work of the Gefrin Trust click the Donate link on the right.
The Lost Centuries Video
The Gefrin Trust is delighted to present an episode from Anglia Television's 'The Lost Centuries' which you can view on our website.
The episode, written and presented by Brian Hope-Taylor features his return to the site of Ad Gefrin.
To view the episode use the 'Lost Centuries Video' link on the right or simply
Click Here to view.