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A ranger checking on trees planted on the Wimpole Estate, Cambridgeshire | © National Trust Images/James Dobson

Our partners

We need help to look after the places in our care that benefit millions of people. By working together with our partners we achieve far more than we could alone.

Who's supporting our work

A conservator with blue gloves holding a selection of photographs

Conserving our collections with CEWE 

We've teamed up with CEWE, Europe's leading photo printing company, to share more stories from the thousands of photographs in our collections. CEWE will be sponsoring our new book, 100 Photographs from the Collections of the National Trust, cataloguing our collections and supporting our Blossom campaign.

Volunteers planting trees at Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk

Working with Barbour to plant more trees 

Our partner, British lifestyle brand Barbour, recently match-funded tree planting donations up to a total of £50,000. This will help us to achieve our goal of planting and establishing 20 million trees by 2030 and support Barbour's commitment to help preserve the British countryside.

A family having a picnic on the grass as children play in the background

How we're improving access to nature with Starling Bank 

We've partnered with Starling Bank to improve access to nature for more than 1 million people and fund vital peatland conservation projects. Find out all the ways we're working with them through our three-year partnership.

A group of people in a hiking group are being guided on a hike by rangers at Marsden Moor, West Yorkshire

Cotswold Outdoor: our exclusive walking partner 

Find out more about the National Trust’s ongoing partnership with Cotswold Outdoor as our exclusive walking partner.

Dog enjoying a Forthglade treat at Attingham Park, Shropshire

How we're working with Forthglade for dog-friendly visits 

We've partnered with natural pet food maker Forthglade to create the Dogs Welcome project, helping you and your dog to get the most out of the places in our care.

Tree planting at Buscot and Coleshill Estate, Oxfordshire

How we're working with HSBC UK to create carbon-rich habitats 

Thanks to HSBC UK, we're planting 2 million trees to increase access to nature, tackle climate change, protect landscapes and attract more wildlife.

Forget-me-nots growing in the garden at Anglesey Abbey, Cambridgeshire

Working together for a dementia-inclusive future 

We’ve partnered with Alzheimer’s Society on an ambitious collaboration to make all 500 National Trust historic and countryside sites dementia-friendly.

Contact us


Get in touch to discuss how we could work together by emailing the partnerships team.