MK National Trust Association may be the answer to your interest in history, architecture and nature. At the same time, the members will help you to meet new people with similar interests.
It doesn’t matter if you are a member of the National Trust or not, because MK National Trust Association will welcome you to their group. By joining this friendly local association you’ll be able to take part in visits to National Trust properties and places of special interest, lectures, holidays, and social events.
Apply MK National Trust Association Membership
Get in touch with our Membership Secretary, Sue Dee, on 01908 374881 or by subscribing at one of our meetings.
Costs of Membership
Annual membership fees are £7.50 or £14 for two at the same address.
Non-National trust members must pay entrance fees for National Trust properties during our day excursions and holidays.
MK National Trust Association 2022 Schedule
We are scheduled for the following:
Our meetings take place once a month:
Date and times: 2.00pm – 4.00pm, the first Thursday of each month.
Place: Oak Tree Centre, Wallinger Drive, Shenley Brook End, Milton Keynes MK5 7GZ. The Oak Tree Centre venue is well ventilated, light and airy; they provide hand sanitation facilities and you can now choose to wear face masks or not.
Cost: £2 for members of the MKNTA and £4 for non-members.
Scheduled lectures include:
- 3 March – The BBC & Glenn Miller in WW2 Bedford – David Fowlers
- 7 April – Down Among the Gypsies – Dianne Sutton
- 5 May – Claydon, Now You See It, Now You Don’t – Frank and Daphne Preece
- 2 June – The Underground Railroad – Patterned Path to Freedom – Kay Goddard
Questions: Please phone or email Sue Dee email@example.com.
Website: Milton Keynes Association | National Trust. More information and a membership form can be found here.
- 26 March – The Wallace Collection
- 21 April – Arbury Hall
- 14 May – Chartwell
- 25 June – Duxford
- 11 July – Elton Hall and Peterborough Cathedral
May 29–3 Jun – North Yorkshire Holiday
We use the money raised through these activities to support National Trust projects.
We will update our schedules and finalise plans as we recover from the pandemic.