The National Trust

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The biggest conservation charity in Europe, the National Trust promotes and preserves areas of historic interest and natural beauty.

Founded in 1895 and covering England, Wales and Northern Ireland, the National Trust looks after heritage spaces including houses, parks and castles, countryside and coastlines. Covering 250,000 hectares of land and 780 miles of coastline, many National Trust properties are open to visit. Different locations often offer events and days out, such as exhibitions, festivals and outdoor cinema. The National Trust promotes places and objects of cultural significance and works to conserve and recover natural environments.

How You Can Help

TimeVarious, typically a few hours a week for volunteers

Volunteer with the National Trust for a few hours each week, as a Fundraiser, Room Steward, Garden Ranger, Car Park Steward and more.

Cost: Various, typically £10+ 

Become a member of the National Trust (note individual, senior, junior, family and lifetime memberships are available at differing prices, starting from around £10) and enjoy free entry to over 500 National Trust places. Alternatively, donate on a one off or regular basis.

Location: England, Wales, Northern Ireland

Find out more: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/

(This information was updated 21/06/22 and will be checked regularly by the Do Something Directory team. If you notice any mistakes, please let us know.)

Published by Francesca

Author • Founder and Managing Director of the Do Something Directory • Still can't believe MCR reunited.

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