Membership enquiries

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Coronavirus update 

We're reopening the places you love, gradually, safely and in step with government advice. Our houses, gardens and parklands remain closed for now, in line with the rules about ticketed venues. But we're opening some of our coast and countryside car parks in England, so you can get out into green spaces. You'll need to book for some of them. Some coast and countryside car parks in Northern Ireland will start to reopen from 27 May. For now, all car parks in Wales have to remain closed on government advice.

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Your new membership card

Meet your new membership card 

From March 2020 onward, we’ll be making your card out of 100 per cent recyclable and compostable materials. It’ll work in the same way as your old one, will be easier to recycle and easier on the environment too, working towards our aims for waste reduction. The new cards will start arriving in March to any new, or renewing members.

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Joining online FAQs 

It’s easy to become a new National Trust member on our website. Check out the answers to the most frequently asked questions for joining online.

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Junior membership 

We've introduced a junior membership for children and teenagers. Discover the benefits and get answers to any questions you may have.

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Members’ Handbook 2019 Welsh version 

We’ve translated the Wales chapter of the National Trust Handbook so that members can use, experience and enjoy the Welsh language when learning about our work and visiting new places.

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Update your details 

It’s now even easier to update your address, contact details and contact preferences, using our new online account service, My National Trust. Simply register for an account or sign in.

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