Staffordshire Centre

Visitor walking in the Rhododendron Ground at Biddulph Grange Garden, Staffordshire, in June.

The Staffordshire Centre exists so that National Trust members and volunteers can make more use of their membership by meeting others in a social atmosphere, at talks, on outings, walks and on holidays.

Centres and Associations support the Trust, raising thousands of pounds every year for conservation and access projects round the county.

About the group

The Staffordshire Centre of the National Trust was founded in 1973 and covers the area of mid-Staffordshire from Lichfield in the south, through Rugeley and Stafford, to Stone in the north and surrounding areas.

The objectives of the Centre are:

  • to promote the work of the National Trust
  • to arrange a programme of events for members social enjoyment 
  • to support the National Trust by contributing any surplus funds
These are achieved through an annual programme of talks, walks, outings and short holidays. We also hold an annual lunch to which we invite a speaker.
By taking part in our activities you will also be helping to raise funds for National Trust projects in our area. Among the projects we have recently supported are those at Dudmaston Hall, Coughton Court, Shugborough and Wightwick Manor.
Membership of our group gives you the opportunity to meet new, interesting people with similar interests in the world of heritage and conservation.
Get in touch

For more information and to join the Staffordshire Centre, please contact Mrs J. Jobling on 01785 822592 alternatively you can visit our website.