Who are we?
We are a voluntary association of supporters of the National Trust.
We aim to raise funds in order to provide support for National Trust Appeals, particularly in South Somerset and West Wiltshire, but also nationally.
To do this, we organise social events such as talks, on a wide range of topics; trips, to a variety of venues not just NT properties; lunches; walks; and holidays. We publish a Newsletter twice a year to keep members informed.
Membership is open to anyone who is interested in supporting our work, you do not have to be a member of the National Trust.
We welcome members of all ages. In the winter the talks are on a Saturday afternoon in the Digby Hall, Hound Street, Sherborne. Our summer activities are particularly suitable for those who are retired, as they take place on weekdays.
New members are most welcome. The annual fee is £5 single or £8 for two people at the same address.
You will be in the company of like-minded and friendly people.
Where are we?
Our members come from a wide area which covers South Somerset, and North Dorset; from Castle Cary in the north to Sturminster Newton in the south, from Ilminster and Crewkerne in the west, to Shaftesbury and Gillingham in the east.
Programme of Summer Visits
- Wells and Cheddar
- Salisbury and Mottisfont (NT)
- Tudor Manors of East Devon
- Dulverton and Knightshayes (NT)
Sherborne Historical Society (View more details)
Digby Hall, Hound Street, Sherborne