Brighton and Hove Association
Brighton and Hove Association was founded in 1972 to promote the National Trust locally. It also raises funds for its support, whilst arranging an enjoyable programme of social events and activities for members.
Brighton & Hove Association warmly welcomes new members. Membership is open to all supporters of the National Trust and is predominantly drawn from Brighton and Hove.
During the winter we have meetings twice a month with interesting talks on offer, plus a number of social events including a Spring Lunch, Christmas Tea and a New Year Lunch. In the summer, we arrange outings to National Trust properties and other places of interest.
Why not join us? It's an enjoyable and interesting way to meet like-minded people, make new friends and at the same time support the National Trust. We'd like to meet you. Among the National Trust properties we support are the local properties of Devil’s Dyke, Saddlescombe Farm, and Nymans Garden. In the last 3 years, our Association has raised £12,475 to support local Trust properties and projects.
March 7th Jackie Marsh Hobbs speaking on Brighton Pavilion.
March 18th Rachel Smith Playing a Flute
April 4th History of the Tower of London Alan Kingshott
April 15th The Women of India Brian Freeland
Sept 26th Brighton before the Pavilion Geoffrey Mead
October 21st Wey and Godalming Navigation David Hunt
Nov 7th Sheep to Knitting Wool Peter and Carol Goodman
Nov 18th George Bernard Shaw Brian Freeland
Xmas tea on December 6th 2019 at Patcham Memorial Hall
May 23rd Leonardslea and Standen NT
June 19th Kew Gardens
July 29th Chiswick EH
20th Sept Singleton Downland Museum
Contact Carol Beard 01273 722164 or 0759 8944757
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Meet a supporter
I organise the annual holiday for the group, where we add on £5 to what each member pays as a donation to the Trust. I also arrange the speakers for our bi monthly meetings and with another member, arrange the four outings we do each year.
As Nymans is our nearest National Trust property, I go there more than any other place. But we also have three or four National Trust properties on our outings and on the holiday each year. The holiday ones can be anywhere in the country.
My favourite thing about the National Trust is that it preserves many wonderful stately homes for future generations and assists wildlife by maintaining areas of great natural beauty and importance - ensuring that they are there for all of us to enjoy.