Appeals in the Midlands
The National Trust is a charity that relies on your generous donations to help protect and care for special places across the Midlands. Here's a round up of all the appeals in the region where your support can make a real difference. Together we can help keep these places safe for future generations. Thank you.
Help us to restore and connect isolated habitats for plants and wildlife across Long Mynd and the Stiperstones.
As a conservation charity, we rely on your support. Donate online towards the Lyveden Reconnected project and do your bit to help us shape the future of the site.
Help us to restore the jetty at Belton and return punting to the river so that the Wilderness can be experienced from the water once more.
We've started a project to conserve and restore the walled garden and pleasure grounds which are the last known masterpiece designed by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown.
Our rangers and volunteers are working hard to care for over 1000 hectares of threatened and special woodland. Together, we can create the Peak District's woods for the future
Help us protect this outstanding building and its priceless contents for ever, for everyone
Melons? Grown in Shropshire? Are you sure? Find out how you can help save the features of Attingham's Walled Garden for future generations.
Find out how you can support our fundraising appeal to save our conservatory.
Learn more about how you can donate and reveal the history and significance of The Workhouse site.
Donate now towards specific aspects of the Fishpool Valley Project, including the restoration of the historic dams.