The Pembrokeshire National Trust Association was founded in 1998. It has over 300 members from all areas of Pembrokeshire, and some from beyond.
Members are able enjoy our full programme of events. These include monthly talks thoughout the winter, summer coach tours to places of interest and, also in summer, walks led by Trust wardens to some of the beautiful areas of the County owned and managed by the Trust. In the autumn we organise a short break holiday which this year will visit National Trust properties in North Wales.
In addition to the interest and social pleasure members gain from these events, they know they are raising valuable funds to help the work of the Trust locally.
If you would like to part of our Association then we would like to hear from you. For further information about us please contact our Chairman, Dick Coggins, by telephone (01437 781145) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
To find out more about membership, please contact our Membership Secretary, Graham Morgan by telephone (01437 764770) or by email (email@example.com).
We look forward to meeting you.
Membership of the Pembrokeshire National Trust Association is open to members of the National Trust, affiliated organisations or holders of current National Trust Volunteer Cards. The annual membership is £5 per person or £8 for two people living at the same address.
In return for their subscription, members receive two newsletters a year that give full details of our programme of events in which they have the opportunity to participate. The newsletter also gives news of the National Trust in Pembrokeshire.
Our monthly winter talks from October to April take place in the Picton Centre in Haverfordwest on the second Tuesday of the month starting at 7.30pm, and are free.
In the summer we organise day visits by coach to National Trust and other locations which members will find attractive and interesting, and most years there is a short four day holiday in the Autumn. In 2014 we shall tour NT properties in North Wales.
The summer evening walks at local Trust properties, also free, are led by the NT wardens, and again seek to provide interest and attactive scenery together with exercise that it is not arduous. After the walks, members can take part in a pub supper together.
Funds raised by the Association have been used by the local National Trust in a number of unusual, but valuable ways. For instance, as part of the programme of increasing biodiversity on Trust land, ponies have been bought for clifftop grazing and a water bowser provided to allow more flexible cattle grazing during the summer. Last year our donation was used to buy maple trees for Colby Woodland Garden.
Go to the next page on our website to see more details of our Calendar of Events.