Make more of your involvement with the Trust by joining the Airedale and Wharfedale Association. Since its formation in 1971, members have raised many thousands of pounds in support of Trust properties and appeals - particularly in the north of England.
Members come from the Teeside area together with South Durham and the most northerly parts of North Yorkshire. The Association particularly looks to support Ormesby Hall and the countryside estates of Co. Durham and North Yorkshire.
The Friends of East Riddlesden Hall is a group of mainly local people who have an interest in both the history and present running of the property. They often help the staff at events run by the property, and join in with the fundraising activities.
The Friends of Nostell Priory come from all walks of life and have an interest in the future preservation, conservation and promotion of the property.Arranged by a volunteer committee, our membership is offered a year round programme of social events ranging from talks to plays and musical evenings including visits to places of interest and a short break away.
The Friends of Gawthorpe aim to educate the public by the promotion, support and assistance of Gawthorpe Hall and in particular the Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth collections of embroidery, needlework, and lace, together with the Hall's library collection.
The Friends of Washington Old Hall have played an integral part in preserving this special place for future generations. The group's members recognise the historical and environmental importance of Washington Old Hall and promote it as a centre for community activity and educational opportunity.
The Harrogate and the Dales Association was founded in 1978. We cover Harrogate, Boroughbridge, Knaresborough, Ripon, Northallerton, Thirsk, Leyburn, Aysgarth, Wetherby, Otley and Richmond and the places around.
The Holme and Calder Association was founded in 1984 to promote the work of the National Trust. Their membership, which currently numbers around 300, is drawn from a wide geographical area, which includes Huddersfield and Halifax.
The Northumbria NTV Group are a volunteer support group who help the National Trust by carrying out practical outdoor conservation work at its properties in the Northumbria region, covering Northumberland, Tyne & Wear and County Durham.
Tyne Valley Association provides support to all properties within the North East with donations and the provision of volunteers. Over the last few years, they've provided financial support for Wallington, Cragside, the Northumberland Coast.
West Yorkshire National Trust Volunteers (WYNTV) is a conservation volunteer group founded in 1983. They help staff at several National Trust locations throughout West and North Yorkshire by doing work such as digging, fencing, clearing and planting.