A voluntary association of National Trust members and volunteers  founded in 1982 to promote and prosper the work of the National Trust  



Interested in making the most of the National Trust near you? Join your local group to enjoy special interest talks, visits, holidays and other social and fundraising events.

You will also be helping a great cause - local groups support the work of the charity and raise hundreds of thousands of pounds every year for our conservation and access projects around the country.

The Newbury and District Association is an entirely voluntary association of National Trust members and volunteers residing within West Berkshire. It is run by a small, elected Committee and currently has some 400 members.

Coming Up !!

Our Christmas evening meeting will take place on December 11th 2017 at our new venue of St George The Martyr Church in Wash Common, RG14 6NU. The speaker will be John Ericson and the subject is "Inn Signs and their Peculiar Stories".  The meeting starts at 7.30 pm.  Go to our Links page for directions to St George the Martyr Church.

Our next day trip this year will be on Wednesday 13th December and is to Upton House with a festive lunch included. The organiser is Anne Bennett and the coach leaves the Rugby Club at 9.00 am calling in at the Wharf at 9.15 am. Return time to Newbury is approximately 17.30 pm.

To obtain an Application Form for Membership of the Association go to our Links page. A copy of the Associations Constitution can also be accessed from here.

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