Building and collections appeals
From roofs and ceilings to paintings and irreplaceable collections, some of our most historic and much-loved houses and treasures are in urgent need of repair and restoration. See where your help is needed most.
Support our work to care for the large collection at Nostell and help us to continue to share the stories behind the craftsmanship and skill that are uncovered when you visit.
One of the finest surviving Robert Adam ceilings and arguably the most important English carpet in the National Trust’s care will be expertly restored to their former glory, and we need your help
We need your help to bring the stories behind to Seaton Delaval Hall, Stowe Gardens and Sutton Hoo to life, for generations to come
Help us to restore this 19th century stick-work structure. One of only two in the UK, this restoration project will reinstate the lost fish-scale slate roof, two gilded weathervanes; and rustic stick-work walls using yew harvested from the Belton estate
Historic buildings damaged by damp. Coastlines hit by storms and erosion. Countryside and the nature that calls it home disappearing. The places we all love and the people protecting them need your support like never before
The exposed location of Lindisfarne Castle means that the fabric of the building is under constant pressure from the elements. The resulting problems reached a point where action had to be taken
Help conserve irreplaceable portraits, musical instruments and costumes from the fashion collection
Water is running in. Time is running out. Help us repair the roof so future generations can continue to enjoy this special place
Extraordinary treasures were found buried at Sutton Hoo. With your support the full story of their discovery will be revealed, as we begin to transform the site.
Oxburgh Hall's roof is in need of urgent repair. Our roof tiles, timbers and brickwork are showing signs of aging; we’re not surprised, they’re well over 500 years old
Support our conservation work as we repair the three verdure tapestries from natural damage over the last 350 years, so they can continue to be enjoyed by visitors to Nunnington Hall for many more years.
For the first time in 75 years, Horsey Windpump is once again standing proud in the Norfolk Broads. With your help we can keep this icon preserved for generations to come and keep her sails turning
Help us save three paintings by notable Welsh artist Margaret Lindsay Williams that are in desperate need of repair.
Following the fire in April 2015, that left our 18th-century Surrey mansion a shell, we have spent the last two years working towards its future
We need your help to obtain the final objects in the collection
Will you help turn this historic Northumberland home into a place of drama, theatricality and playfulness once again?
In January 2015 we launched an urgent appeal to help save the crumbling East Front of Powis Castle. Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, we’ve now been able to start the renovation but we need your help to take the next step
Little Moreton Hall has not been rewired since electricity was first installed back in 1952. Donate now and help us protect the heart of the hall.