Supporter groups in Norfolk
Interested in making the most of the National Trust near you in Norfolk? Join your local supporter group to enjoy special interest talks, visits, holidays and other social and fundraising events or hands-on conservation activities. There are three different groups you could join in Norfolk, including a volunteer group which help rangers to conserve special places across the county. Read on to find your nearest group or click on a supporter group’s name in the menu to jump to their details.
Why join a supporter group?
Getting together with other National Trust enthusiasts, members and volunteers who feel passionate about the same things is priceless. Sharing unique experiences and finding out more about the places you care about is what being part of a local National Trust supporter group is all about.
From listening to expert talks and going on behind-the-scenes tours to taking relaxing holidays or restoring natural habitats in the great outdoors, you’ll be part of something amazing. Supporter groups promote and assist the National Trust’s work within their local area and raise money for conservation and development projects through all kinds of events.
Norfolk National Trust Volunteers
The Norfolk National Trust Volunteers (NNTV) group helps rangers to maintain and conserve Trust sites around Norfolk. It was re-launched in October 1996 and has been a thriving group ever since. This group of friendly like-minded people aged 18 to 80 meet on alternate Sundays.
North Norfolk Association
The North Norfolk Association is based in West Runton, between Cromer and Sheringham, and members come from a wide area around. There are just over 100 members, and new members are always welcome.
The group’s aim is not only to raise funds for National Trust but to meet like- minded people and make new friends.
West Norfolk Association
The West Norfolk Association, formed in 1981, is a friendly group that shares an appreciation for the historic legacy left to us by previous generations. Group members provide support to the work of the National Trust and many of the members are volunteers at nearby Oxburgh Hall.
Use the supporter group directory (PDF) to find membership enquiry contact details and links to group websites for further information.
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