Supporter groups

Make more of your membership

Representatives from our north west groups on a visit to Hare Hill © John Darlington

Representatives from our north west groups on a visit to Hare Hill

Make the most of your membership and get involved with your local supporter group. You can meet like-minded people, enjoy lots of different social activities and support our work.

Each group has its own programme of events, which normally includes; walks, talks, outings, social events like lunches, quizzes and theatre trips, holidays, and other fundraising activities.

Make more of your membership

Enjoying a visit to the Hardmans' House © NTPL/©National Trust Images/Arnhel de Serra

Enjoying a visit to the Hardmans' House

We have 17 groups in the North West, all who raise vital money for the National Trust. Membership is open to all our members and volunteers.

Follow the links below to find out more about your local group and how to join, or alternatively call 0161 234 9980.

A big thank you

Making a difference

The bees are doing so well that we’ve got another hive. © National Trust

A total of £61,000 was donated by our north west groups over the last year. This has included helping to fund projects such as building bird hides, buying plants that are loved by bees, restoring urns and replacing much needed tools. This kind of support makes such a difference to our places.

Quarry Bank appeal

The bees are doing so well that we've got another hive. © Quarry Bank Mill Images

Last year we launched an appeal to raise funds to help us reunite and recreate the compelling stories of Quarry Bank, one of the world’s first industrial communities and key to the story of the Industrial Revolution. Many of our groups have kindly donated towards this ongoing appeal.

Fix the fells

Walkers on the Scafell path at Wasdale, Cumbria © NTPL/Joe Cornish

Our ongoing appeal to raise funds to repair footpaths in the Lake District has received great support from our groups. We are looking for £300,000 to repair 2km of footpath which has suffered from erosion over time. You can find out more about our appeal and how to donate here.