About us

The National Trust Solihull Centre is an association of National Trust Members and volunteers which was founded in 1974 with the purpose of promoting the work of the National Trust whilst adding an extra dimension to N.T. membership.

The proceeds of a multitude of activities enjoyed by members over the past forty years have enabled the centre to donate nearly £300,000 to the National Trust Appeal Funds.

The Centre continues to offer a full programme, including Afternoon talks and Evening lectures from September to April covering a wide range of subjects. We have frequent coach outings to places of interest both near and far, Monthly walks and social events such as Wine/Cheese/Pudding Tastings (held independently of each other) and a dedicated 200 Club with monthly prizes.

Committee

The Centre is run by volunteers and managed by a voluntary committee.

How to join us

The Centre welcomes new members.

To join the Solihull Centre you need to be a member of the National Trust or an affiliated organisation, such as the National Trust of Scotland or to be in possession of a valid National Trust Volunteers Card.

The annual membership subscription is £10.00 per person or £15.00 for two people living at the same address. In return for their subscription members receive three newsletters a year which contain full details of the programme of activities, each of which entails an additional cost.

To find out more or obtain a membership application form please contact the Membership Secretary, Kathy Jephcott, using our contact form.

We look forward to meeting you!

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