Supporter groups in Thames Valley

There are loads of friendly National Trust supporter groups in the Thames Valley. They help support our places like Stowe, Hughenden and Greys Court by volunteering and fundraising. They also get together for fun days out, holidays and lectures.

A visitor looking at Chastleton House, Oxfordshire

The Abingdon Association 

Covering the area between Oxford and the Berkshire Downs, the Abingdon Association has a programme of talks and visits to National Trust places.

Visitors in the garden at a National Trust place

The Amersham Centre 

A group of National Trust members and volunteers promoting the work of the Trust, the Amersham Centre has a lively programme of events.

Cattle grazing peacefully in the grounds at Hartwell House, a historic house hotel in Buckinghamshire

The Aylesbury Centre 

Find out about the Aylesbury Centre, founded in 1974 to promote the work of the National Trust. We also aim to provide social activities which add value for our members.

The south view of the manor in Spring at Hughenden, A National Trust property in Buckinghamshire

Beaconsfield Centre 

The success of the Centre's programme allows it to fund and support a number of National Trust places including Cliveden.

Autumnal woodland on the Ashridge Estate, Hertfordshire, in November.

Dacorum Association 

An association that supports the work of the National Trust in south-west Hertfordshire.

Couple on Watlington Hill, Oxfordshire, looking west, in September.

Friends of Watlington Hill 

The Friends of Watlington Hill is a National Trust Volunteer Group doing practical conservation work close to the small attractive town of Watlington. Almost all of our work parties take place on Watlington Hill which encompasses chalk downland, scrub and a rare yew wood.

Visitors in the gardens at Cliveden, Buckinghamshire.

Maidenhead Association 

The Maidenhead Association is open to any National Trust members, volunteers and members of affiliated organisations who would like to take an active role in supporting the National Trust in the Maidenhead area.

View of the fourteenth-century Great Tower and cottages at Greys Court, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire

Marlow Association 

An association that supports Trust places in Oxfordshire and beyond.

Dog walking at Stowe, Buckinghamshire.

Milton Keynes Association 

Every year the Milton Keynes Association makes donations to the Trust and many of their members give direct support to places as volunteers.

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Newbury and District Association 

Why not come to a meeting of the Newbury and District Association in Newbury, and find out how you could support the work of the National Trust?

The north facade of Chastleton House, Oxfordshire

North Cotswold Association 

The North Cotswold Association enjoy regular coach outings to various places and spaces of interest, as well as helping to promote the work of the National Trust.

Staff and volunteers clearing up dead leaves at Basildon Park, Berkshire.

Oxford Centre 

The Oxford Centre welcomes members from the Oxford area with a common interest in seeing and preserving our heritage. There are opportunities to make new friends and have new experiences, while helping to support local NT properties. FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OUR ACTIVITIES Click through to the Oxford Centre

Visitors in the garden at the south front at Mottisfont, Hampshire, in autumn.

Reading Centre 

The Reading Centre's programme of events raises funds to provide support to a number of National Trust places.

 Visitors exploring the Water Garden at Cliveden, Buckinghamshire.

Wycombe Centre 

The Wycombe Centre organises days out to National Trust properties, alongside many other fun and sociable activities.