Seaford Association

Visitors in the garden at Bateman's, East Sussex.
Bateman's is one of the places supported by the Seaford Association National Trust Images / John Millar

The Seaford Association was formed in 1985 to further the work of the National Trust within the area. We offer a warm welcome to anyone wishing to join in our activities. To join, you must be a member of the National Trust, a volunteer or a member of an affiliated trust.

Social events

During the winter there are regular talks covering a wide range of topics which provide a chance to meet friends and enjoy a cup of tea. In the spring and summer day trips are arranged to places of interest and there is a short holiday. A newsletter is published three times a year which gives full details of events. 

Supporting the National Trust

Over the years we have been able to support projects at The Clergy House, Monk's House, Sheffield Park Gardens, Batemans,Hatchlands Park, Nymans and Scotney Castle at the same time as enjoying our wonderful heritage. 

Find out more

We would like to tell you more about our group; you will find details of our membership enquiry contact here and information about our current activities here
You can find our contact details by clicking below.
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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