Our roof is leaking at Killerton
Our roof is leaking. Water is making its way inside and we're taking action to safeguard the house and collections. We need your help to raise the last £100k towards vital roof repairs and restoration to stonework, chimneys, windows, roof lanterns and the house exterior. Will you donate to help us keep caring for Killerton for everybody to enjoy?
How the appeal adds up
- The Acland family left Killerton to the Trust in 1944 so everybody could enjoy this special place
- We need your support to raise £100k to repair our leaking roof
- The garden was created in the 1770s by John Veitch
" We’re delighted that with the support of Laurie Marshall’s kind legacy, we’re able to start this vital work. As a charity, we rely on donations and legacies alongside memberships and visitor income. Killerton is such a special place to so many and this support will mean we can continue vital conservation to keep it that way."
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Why give to the National Trust
As a charity, we rely on the generosity of supporters to look after the historic buildings in our care. Not only do our supporters help to conserve beautiful homes and stunning gardens. They also ensure that future generations have places where they can be inspired by stories of the past, enjoy peace and time to reflect, and make memories to treasure. With your support, we can continue to protect the irreplaceable. For ever, for everyone.