Hello and welcome. Thank you for visiting. To find out more…. Please explore! We have a membership of over 250. We support the work of the National Trust and raise funds to donate to various Trust properties.
- We spend our time with people who become friends,
- We have afternoon and evening talks from a variety of amazing speakers.
- We meet for walks, holidays, theatre visits and social events.
- We arrange coach and car outings to memorable places
- You do not need to be a member of the National Trust to join this association.
Due to the current situation with Covid 19, the management committee has decided that there will be no WNTA lecture meetings until September 2021 at the earliest. There are no WNTA events scheduled for the rest of 2020. Any changes will be posted on this website.
WNTA Holiday to Norfolk
The Historic Houses and Heritage of Norfolk. The holiday has been re-arranged for 6th to 10th June 2021. The tour will have the same itinerary. Tailored Travel have sent letters with this information to all members who have booked. If you have not booked but would like to go, please contact Louise Platt at email@example.com
A booking form (with last year’s dates) can be downloaded by clicking on this link Norfolk Holiday
The committee has decided that membership fees for 2020/21 will be waived and that your current membership will be valid until September 2021. This decision will not greatly affect our funds as there has been little expenditure so far this year.
Many National Trust gardens are open through advanced booking. New tickets are released on a Friday for the following week. Please check the NT website to find out which ones are open. More information on how to book your visit can be found by clicking this link.
From Thursday 5th November, N.T. Houses will be closed again but gardens may remain open. Please check the National Trust website.
We almost completed our lecture programme before the pandemic. There were some outstanding lectures. Read the reviews on our Lecture Reviews page. (Click on the image below)