Seaford Association

The Garden at Monk's House, East Sussex

The Seaford Association was formed in 1985 to further the work of the National Trust within the area. If you are new to the district then joining the Seaford Association is a good way to meet like-minded people and be assured of a warm welcome.

Social events 

From October to March regular talks are held on the third Wednesdays of the month at The Constitutional Club, Crouch Lane , Seaford, BN25 1PU commencing 2:30 pm, ending with a cup of tea and a chance to meet up with friends, old and new, for a chat. 
 
From Spring through to Autumn, visits are organised to houses and gardens of note plus a short holiday in early summer.  Other social and fund raising events are held throughout the year and full details are included in the newsletter which is published three times a year (accessed below). 
 

Membership 

You may join our Association by clicking on and completing the application form (accessed at www.seaford-sussex.co.uk/nt by clicking on the green rectangle) and sending it, with the appropriate fee, to the Membership Secretary at the address given.
 
For further information telephone our Membership Secretary on 01323 896399.  The annual subscription is £7 for a single member and £3 for each additional member at the same address.
 

Meet a member...

Hello, my name is Geraldine Westland. I have been a member of this Association for 2 years and joined because I wanted to meet like minded people. As well as attending outings and lectures, I am also a gardening volunteer at Monks House; I have also assisted with cleaning the White Horse, and have provided items for our fundraising events. My favourite National Trust places to visit are Monks House, Birling Gap and Sheffield Park; my favourite thing about the Trust is knowing that the Trust is working to look after and protect our heritage and environment. 

 

Supporting the National Trust

In the last 3 years, we have raised £13,200 for the Trust. Over the years we have been able to support projects at the Alfriston Clergy House, Monk's House, Sheffield Park Gardens, Batemans, Hatchlands Park, Nymans and Scotney Castle at the same time as enjoying our wonderful heritage. 
 

Find out more 

We would like to tell you more about our group. You can find our contact details and current events by clicking on www.seaford-sussex.co.uk/nt
 
 Here is our latest newsletter: Seaford Association Newsletter No 53 (PDF / 1.1015625MB) download
 
For any further information contact: Helen Roberts, Chair, National Trust Seaford Association on 01323 892750 or email