Frodsham and District Association

Family relaxing in the gardens at Speke Hall, Garden and Estate, Merseyside.
Speke Hall is just one of the places to receive finds from the Frodsham and District Association National Trust Images/John Millar

The Frodsham and District Association was founded in 1989 to help promote and support the work of the National Trust and to increase members’ enjoyment of the Trust by organising social activities.

Our 130 members come from the Frodsham, Helsby, Northwich, Runcorn, Winsford and Warrington area. The programme of talks and outings take place throughout the year. The highlights in 2012 included a holiday to Lincolnshire, visiting Grimsthorpe Castle and Burghley, outings to Hoghton Tower, the Thrackray Museum and Attingham Park and talks on 18th Century Costume and the NW Air Ambulance.

Funds raised are donated to specific projects at Trust properties in the region. Dunham Massey, the Hardmans' House, Little Moreton Hall, Quarry Bank Mill, Speke Hall and Wordsworth House have received grants since 2008.

Get in touch

For more information and to join the Frodsham and District Association, please contact Mrs Margaret Westwood on 01928 497029.