Worcester and Malvern Centre
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Formed in 1971, the Worcester and Malvern Centre is one of about 200 such groups in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The aims of these supporter groups are to promote the work, policies and membership of the National Trust and to allow members to share their interest with like-minded people in their area.
Through an organised programme of talks, outings, holidays and social activities, members make friends, learn more about the National Trust and its work and, in doing so, raise funds to support projects at properties in its care.
The Worcester and Malvern Centre has a membership of almost 700, drawn from the Worcester, Malvern and Pershore areas. Membership is open to members of the National Trust, National Trust for Scotland and qualifying volunteers.
New members are always welcome.
Get in touch
- Visit our website to learn more about our activities or how to become a member.