Leave a gift in your will

Ensure our past has a future

Since 1965 the Landmark Trust has been saving historic buildings at risk, including the unspoilt island of Lundy, and giving them a new and secure future.

A message from our Chair

I think it is fair to say that the Landmark Trust’s distinctive approach enables it to rescue heritage buildings which others find too risky and difficult. It is often a race against time and the elements, as was the case with Fairburn Tower which opened in 2023.

Ambitious projects like Fairburn Tower can only happen with the certainty of funding and knowing that we have a prospective gift from a Will, or two, really does help to stiffen our resolve and keep us going. I hope, like me, you will remember the Landmark Trust in your Will. It is of course an enormously generous thing to do, but it also brings huge satisfaction to know that your gift will enable works of great importance to the generations to come.

Alan Leibowitz

You can make a difference

We depend on the generosity of individuals, and gifts in wills play a vital role. Every gift, small or large will help protect important historic buildings and the flora, fauna and marine life on Lundy. Many of our building restorations require specialist techniques, providing opportunities for craft training so these ancient skills can be passed on, a precious gift in itself. After remembering family and friends we hope you will consider leaving us a gift in your will.  See how others have remembered Landmark in their Will. 

“What more deserving organisation to remember in your Will – a source of vivid memories, a unique force in conservation AND a charity.“

Chris and Penny

Gifts in memory

Some choose to remember loved ones, friends, or colleagues with a donation to their favourite charity.

Please contact us to find out more: [email protected] or telephone Sam Moore      on her direct line 01628 512124.

Thank you to the family and friends of the late Diana Hajikakou, Dorothy Grieves and Anthony Skyrme for the gifts received in their memory.

“Landmark has over the years made, and continues to make, a unique contribution to the rescue, repair, restoration and re-use of buildings which many others would view as being beyond redemption or economically unviable. Landmark's efforts in this field deserve the support of all with an interest in protecting our built heritage. We are proud to be involved in its work by remembering the Trust in our Wills.”

Graham Reed and Nicholas Atkinson

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