Liverpool Centre

Visitors in the garden at Speke Hall, Garden and Estate, Merseyside.
Speke Hall is just one of the places close to Liverpool Centre members National Trust Images / John Millar

The Liverpool Centre was founded in 1961 to promote and prosper the work of the National Trust, making membership more rewarding with social and fundraising events.

The area that we serve is bisected by the river Mersey with many members living on the Wirral, so we have meetings for members in Bebington, as well as Liverpool.
We come together for holidays, our annual Christmas dinner, and during the summer months there are our popular coach trips to National Trust places, museums, historic houses and gardens, art galleries and ‘behind the scenes’ visits.
During the winter months meetings feature illustrated lectures about historical heritage or cultural topics, wildlife, conservation issues and horticultural subjects.
Get in touch
For more information and to join the Liverpool Centre, please contact Mrs Audrey Smith on 0151 6455929 or view the Liverpool Centre events for 2015 and 2016 (PDF / 0.1MB) download