WHO ARE WE?

We are a voluntary Association of supporters of the National Trust.

We organise social events such as talks, trips, group holidays, [sometimes overseas] pub lunches, concerts. We publish a quarterly Newsletter.

We aim to raise funds in order to provide support for National Trust Appeals, particularly in West Somerset but also nationally.
The River Avill at Lovers Bridge, Dunster CastlePeriwinkle tea-room, Selwothy

MEMBERSHIP
WHERE ARE WE?
Membership is open to anyone who is already a member of the National Trust, or an employee with the National Trust, or a volunteer with the National Trust. Spouses of Life Members are also welcome to join.

We welcome members of all ages. The majority of our activities are particularly suitable for those who are retired, as they occur during weekday 'office hours'
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We are based in West Somerset; most of our events take place in the coastal area including Bridgewater, Watchet, Minehead, Porlock, and coaches on our trips generally pick up between Minehead and either Taunton or Bridgwater, depending on destination.
Tenants Hall, Dunster Castle
"...to promote social activities to make membership of the National Trust more enjoyable."

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Mar 16 2020
Postponed
The following events have been postponed
Maunsel House
Old Ship Aground Pub Lunch
April Talk
Coleton Fishacre
Burrow Farm
Halswell Park
Sezincote House
Dyffryn House
Feb 17 2020
Blackmore Farm
Photos by Tim Edmonds
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Feb 15 2020
New Events
Check out the New Events in the Calendar
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Dec 28 2019
Medieval Feast
Photos of the Medieval Feast at Nettlecombe Court
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Oct 30 2019
New Reports of Events
Northhamptonshire Holiday
Report by Lesley Struck
Pictures by Ivor Jones
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Car Treasure Hunt
Report by June & Steve Harris
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Sep 10 2019
Broadway & Gloucester-Warwick Railway
Photos by Tim Edmonds
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Aug 12 2019
Holiday
Oxfordshire
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Jul 24 2019
Powderham Castle
Photos by Tim Edmonds
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May 23 2019
Exeter Ship Canal
Photos by Tim Edmonds
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