About National Trust
We all have a place we love. A place that inspires us. A place with its own unique and particular atmosphere. We were created to help people make the most of these very special places – and the good things that come from them.
We’re independent of Government and receive no direct grant or subsidy for our core work. Instead, our future depends on the active support and generosity of 5.2 million members, 15 million visitors, more than 61,000 volunteers and over 5,500 people who work with us (as well as thousands who help us seasonally), as well as benefactors, tenants and other partners.
Today, we’re Europe’s largest conservation organisation, with huge – and incredibly varied – responsibilities. We protect and welcome everyone to explore and enjoy some 709 miles of coastline, 250,000 hectares of land of outstanding natural beauty, 104 nature reserves, 6 World Heritage Sites and much, much more besides.
We want every one of our visitors to enjoy these amazing places and have an experience they’ll never forget. We want them to try something they’ve never tried before, to gain a unique glimpse into the past and, ultimately, to love these special places as much as we do. Our story’s an ever-evolving one, so if you’d like to know more about our work, read on.
We are committed to equal opportunities
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