Hastings and St Leonards Association

The house seen from the Disraeli Monument at Hughenden, Buckinghamshire.
The Hastings and St Leonards Association organises trips to National Trust places across the country National Trust Images / Andrew Butler

The Hastings and St Leonards Association is a group of National Trust members and National Trust volunteers, formed in 1982. We come together to promote the work of the Trust, to provide lectures and a broad range of recreational and educational activities connected with the work of the Trust and of a general, local or historical interest.

We enable our members to enjoy the widest possible benefit from their membership.

Our events also raise funds for projects to conserve Britain's heritage for the coming generations.

The association has around 350 members from Hastings, St Leonards and surrounding areas.

The activities we organise include:

  •     visits to National Trust and other places
  •     theatre trips
  •     lectures
  •     coffee mornings
  •     lunches
  •     dinners
  •     quizzes

Get in touch

For more information and to join the Hastings & St Leonards Association, please contact Mrs Anne Morris on 01424 437035.

Visitors in the laurel maze at Glendurgan Garden
Visitors in the laurel maze at Glendurgan Garden, Cornwall National Trust Images / John Millar

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