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Dear Future: I Leave This Place For You – Ham House and Garden

Learn more about how a gift in your will could help us carry out crucial conservation work at Ham House and Garden.

  • Booking essential
  • Free event

Without gifts in wills, we simply wouldn’t be able to look after the extraordinary places in our care. This special event will take you behind the scenes to see first-hand how your support is helping us carry out crucial conservation work every day, and how a gift in your own will could help to safeguard the future of our special places.

Join members of our expert team and gain insight into future projects as they take you on a guided tour of Ham House and Garden – a unique 17th-century treasure trove situated on the banks of the River Thames.

A local solicitor of the National Free Wills Network will be explaining why an up to date will is so important and we’ll share information on the National Trust's free will writing service. Over light refreshments, you’ll have the opportunity to chat further to members of the team and learn more about why gifts in wills are so important to our work.

Times

The basics

Booking details

Call 01793 817699

Suitability

Only suitable for adults.

Meeting point

At 10:45am we’ll meet as a group at the Ham House and Garden 'Visitor Reception' where you’ll be collected by a member of the team and escorted to the event location.

What to bring and wear

Flat, comfortable shoes are recommended. Please dress appropriately for the weather. The tour will be 45 to 60 minutes long. Guests are welcome to bring a portable walking seat.

Accessibility

The garden and house has areas which may be uneven in places, including inclines and steps. Drop off available at the front of Ham House and Garden. There is street parking and a public car park a short walk away. Blue badge parking is limited and must be booked in advance by email: Legacyevents@nationaltrust.org.uk. If you would like to discuss your accessibility requirements, call 01793 817699.

Other

Please arrive 15 minutes before the event start time for guest registration at the Ham House and Garden 'Visitor Reception'. Guests will have the option to explore Ham House and Garden independently after the event concludes at 14:30pm.

Contact info

Gifts in Wills Team

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