The National Trust

The National Trust Contact Number

The National Trust Contact Number

Company Contact Number
The National Trust 000000000000

The National Trust Head Office Address

Department Address
Head Office (UK) Heelis
Kemble Drive
Swindon
SN2 2NA

Reasons to call the National Trust Contact Number:

• For information on The National Trust and their 350 heritage sites
• If you would like to know more about a specific site with The National Trust
• To report something to The National Trust that you have seen at one of their heritage sites
• To ask about the facilities available at A National Trust Heritage Site.

Jobs and volunteering with The National Trust

The National Trust offer a range of jobs and volunteering internship at their Heritage Sites around the UK. Whether you are after an administration job, a job in Marketing, Surveying, or Gardening, The National Trust offer a wide range of opportunities for this with, or without, Experience in their desired field. For more information on jobs with The National Trust, ring the number above and a member of staff will be able to help you further.

National Trust Properties

The National Trust have over 300 000 acres of land in the UK, with many sites on the land it owns belonging to the organisation. Some of the more famous sites that The National Trust own are The Giant’s Causeway, Stourhead and Cliveden.
Some famous properties owned and run by the National Trust include Speke Hall, Gawthrope Hall and Goddards House and Garden. For more information on days out in these places, or for more information on properties near you that you can visit, why not visit the National Trust website, or ring the number above and speak to a member of staff, who will be able to help you further.
Membership with The National Trust
If you become a member of The National Trust, you will gain unlimited access to over 500 heritage sites across the UK and Ireland for free. For one individual, you can expect to pay around £60 a year, or £5 per month. The National Trust also offers a Family card, which costs over £100 a year, or £10 a month. If you would like to become a lifetime member with The National Trust, you can do for around £1000. For more information on membership with The National Trust, we suggest you give them a call or visit their website.

About The National Trust

Otherwise known as The National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty, The National Trust is an organisation in the UK for the preservation of green areas all over the country. Founded in 1895, the Trust’s motto is “For Ever, For Everyone”.
The National Trust have over 300 000 acres of land in the UK, with many sites on the land it owns belonging to the organisation. Some of the more famous sites that The National Trust own are The Giant’s Causeway, Stourhead and Cliveden.
Some famous properties owned and run by the National Trust include Speke Hall, Gawthrope Hall and Goddards House and Garden. For more information on days out in these places, or for more information on properties near you that you can visit, why not visit the National Trust website, or ring the number above and speak to a member of staff, who will be able to help you further.
The National Trust offers a range of jobs and volunteering internship at their Heritage Sites around the UK. Whether you are after an administration job, a job in Marketing, Surveying, or Gardening, The National Trust offer a wide range of opportunities for this with, or without, Experience in their desired field. For more information on jobs with The National Trust, ring the number above and a member of staff will be able to help you further.
For more information on The National Trust organisation, give them a call on the number above. Alternatively, you can check their website for any information you would like to know, and cannot find on this page.

FAQ’s

Can I work or volunteer with The National Trust?

The National Trust offers a range of jobs and volunteering internship at their Heritage Sites around the UK. Whether you are after an administration jobs, a job in Marketing, Surveying, or Gardening, The National Trust offer a wide range of opportunities for this with, or without, Experience in their desired field. For more information on jobs with The National Trust, ring the number above and a member of staff will be able to help you further.

When was The National Trust Founded?

Otherwise known as The National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty, The National Trust is an organisation in the UK for the preservation of green areas all over the country. Founded in 1895, the Trust’s motto is “For Ever, For Everyone”.

Can I visit National Trust sites?

Yes, you can visit a range of National Trust sites around the UK and Ireland. For the full list of sites, visit The National Trust website. If you would like unlimited access to heritage sites owned by The National Trust, you can do so by becoming a member with them. For one individual, you can expect to pay around £60 a year, or £5 per month. The National Trust also offers a Family card, which costs over £100 a year, or £10 a month. If you would like to become a lifetime member with The National Trust, you can do for around £1000.
For any more information, ring the number above and you will be connected through to a member of staff with The National Trust.