A voluntary association of National Trust members and volunteers founded in 1982

 to promote and prosper the work of the National Trust

About the Association

Our fundamental role is to promote the National Trust locally and raise funds in its support. These funds are raised from visits to places of interest, such as National Trust properties, houses  gardens, museums, historical and important centres. To this end, during our 30 year life, we have raised several thousands of pounds to support National Trust properties, including Basildon Park, Grey's Court, Sandham Memorial Chapel and The Vyne.

We hold meetings, with speakers, between September and May each year, normally on the second Monday of the month. These begin at 7.30 pm and cover a wide range of subjects, including National Trust topics, conservation, heritage and applied art. From September 2017 our meetings will be held at St George the Martyr Church in Wash Common. Throughout the year we arrange visits to places of interest, such as National Trust properties and other houses and gardens. We also organise theatre and event trips and social functions. Funds raised from these activities are given to the National Trust; to date we have raised in excess of £120,000.

The annual membership rates are £15.00 for the first member and £10.00 for the second member at the same address. In return for their subscriptions our Members can attend Meetings free of charge and receive two newsletters a year which include details of our programme of activities; these activities have an additional cost. If you wish to check us out before joining, you can attend a meeting as a visitor for a charge of £3.00.

For membership enquiries click on the Contact Us button.

To find out more about our activities click the Calendar button.

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