Birmingham

The Green Academies Project (GAP)

Out and about with GAP

Out and about with GAP

GAP is a pioneering example of the National Trust’s new Going Local strategy in action. We are working in partnership with relevant local youth organisations and training providers to deliver formal and informal training for young people.

Support GAP

Sam Clarke (17) and Ryan Round (17) with Conservation Tutor Joanne Bevan

If you would like to support GAP or get involved, please email Dee Whittle or call 07884117338.

You can also follow GAP on Facebook and Twitter.

Twitter: @GAPNT
Facebook: The GAP Project
 

Explore captivating homes

join us at the Back to Backs, Birmingham 

Enjoy the atmospheric Back to Back houses, Birmingham.

Explore captivating homes

 

Come and explore the Rock Houses at Kinver, Staffordshire.

Explore captivating homes

This timber-framed house in Worcester was built by Thomas Grene in 1480 © National Trust

Discover the Greyfriars, a hidden gem in the centre of Worcester.

Explore captivating homes

This timber-framed house in Worcester was built by Thomas Grene in 1480 © National Trust

Enjoy the delights of Packwood House in Warwickshire.

Explore the great outdoors

Explore the outdoors at Croome, Worcestershire 

Enjoy the stunning parkland at Croome, Worcestershire.

Explore the great outdoors

Explore the outdoros at Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton 

Discover the outdoor space at Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton.

Explore the great outdoors

Enjoy walking at the Clent Hills, let the views fill your senses © Robert Ledbury

Come along and discover the beauty of the Clent Hills.

Explore the great outdoors

Enjoy walking at the Clent Hills, let the views fill your senses © Robert Ledbury

Explore the areas of open heathland just perfect for picnics and walking.

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Having fun while volunteering  © Megan Luck

Having fun while volunteering

Thinking differently about volunteering

The OakMobile Project has provided opportunities for people to fit volunteering in around full time jobs and studying.

Read about the experience of two of our Oakmobile Volunteers:

Maryam Wahid
Maria Greenshaw

If you are interested in getting involved please contact Mukith Miah