You need not be a member of the National Trust to join this local association.
The membership year will change to run from October to September and membership fees will not be due until 1st September 2022. The AGM will now be held in October.
Membership currently stands at 253 and we are pleased to welcome the following new members who have joined since September 2019: Mrs Lesley Bates, Mrs Ann Beard, Mrs Susan Bubb, Mr Ron Bubb, Mr Cliff Clarke, Ms Isabelle Cornet, Mrs Monica Gardner, Mrs Ita Harris, Mrs Eve Homer, Mrs Linda McLennaghan, Mr David Sharpe, Mrs Christina Shorter, Mr George Shorter, Mr Michael Staunton and Mr Kenneth Worley.
It is with sadness that I have to report the deaths of Mr Leslie Blunt who had been a member for a number of years and of Mr Derrick Caine.
Do tell your friends about our Association and invite them to come along to one of our events during the summer. Details of all events are in the newsletter and also on this website. We would love to have more new members and I’m sure they would enjoy the varied activities and events which our Association provides.
Lilian Turner (Membership Secretary)
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Promoting our Association
Walsall National Trust Association was formed in September 1985 by local members of The National Trust. The objectives of our Association are to:-
1. Promote the work of the National Trust.
2. Arrange a programme of events for the enjoyment of our members.
3. Raise funds in support of various National Trust properties.
These are achieved through programmes of summer and winter walks, autumn to spring evening and afternoon lectures, car and coach outings, holidays and social events such as coffee mornings and garden openings.
Membership of our Association gives you the opportunity to meet people of similar interests at the above events.
By joining our Association, you will be helping to raise funds for various National Trust projects as well as supporting local properties such as Moseley Old Hall, Wightwick Manor, Shugborough Hall and Baddesley Clinton.