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Supporter groups in Worcestershire

Four gardeners and volunteers standing in a row clipping the box topiary in the Parterre at Hanbury Hall and Gardens, Worcestershire
The team at work in the Parterre | © National Trust Images/Jonathan Buckley

Would you like to find more ways to get involved in your local National Trust places? There are several supporter groups located throughout Worcestershire, and their members have access to a range of benefits including special interest talks, volunteering opportunities, fun social events and organised day trips to places around the country. 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.

There are lots of National Trust supporter groups in Worcestershire – come along and make more of your membership on trips to National Trust places, meet likeminded people and raise money for places like Croome, Greyfriars House and the Clent Hills.

Friends of Croome

The Friends of Croome was founded in 2004 and has an active and growing membership.

Become a Friend of Croome and you will be part of one of the National Trust's most ambitious restoration projects. Membership is open to anyone interested in the property.

Large group of volunteers listening to guide in front of Croome House
Volunteers at Croome | © National Trust Images/Dawn Biggs

North Worcestershire Association

The North Worcestershire Association is a great way for people to meet and share common interests in the region, as well as helping to raise funds for the Trust. Among the places the Association supports are:

  • Hanbury Hall
  • Croome Court
  • Greyfriars Court
  • The Fires
Group of women sitting and drinking champagne in the garden at Blickling Hall
Volunteers at a social event | © National Trust Images/Arnhel de Serra

Wyre Forest and District Centre

The Wyre Forest and District Centre has been in existence since 1984. Its aims are to increase awareness of the National Trust’s work in maintaining and conserving our heritage, to encourage volunteering and to raise funds for both places and national appeals. Among the places the Centre supports are:

  • Hanbury
  • Snowshill
  • Croome
  • Dudmaston
Guided walks around Clent Hills in partnership with Cotswold Outdoors, Worcestershire

All about supporter groups

Find more information on supporter groups and up-to-date contact details for each group.

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Supporter group directory 

Use the supporter group directory (PDF) to find membership enquiry contact details and links to group websites for further information.

Visitors trying on historic helmets inside Snowshill Manor, Gloucestershire

North Cotswold Association 

Join the dedicated team who help look after places in Oxfordshire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire.

Large group of volunteers listening to guide in front of Croome House

Volunteering at Croome 

Discover the volunteering opportunities currently available at Croome, and how you can get involved.

A visitor sits on the sofa in the Ladies Parlour at Hanbury Hall, Worcestershire, laughing with a volunteer as they listen to records on the old gramophone.

Volunteer opportunities at Hanbury Hall 

Find out more about volunteering at Hanbury Hall and how you can join the team and play your part in looking after this special place.