Friends of Landmark
Friends are enthusiastic supporters whose subscriptions make an invaluable contribution to our work. In return, Friends enjoy a range of benefits providing the opportunity to get closer to Landmark’s work, enjoy its buildings, and meet other like-minded enthusiasts.
Become a Friend
If you are an existing Friend and would like to renew your membership, please contact the Development Office on 01628 512 127.
As a Friend, you can enjoy:
Priority booking privileges* to newly opened Landmarks or booking periods
A free Landmark Trust Handbook (normally £13.00) and calendar (normally £9.00)
Invitations to visits, receptions and working parties at Landmark buildings or projects, and special places of interest**
News and updates about Landmark's work and projects
To find out more, contact the Friends volunteers team on 01628 825 127 or email [email protected]
*after Landmark Patrons
** these will incur extra charges to cover costs
Individual Friend: £48 by Direct Debit (£55 by credit/ debit card)
Joint Friends**: £80 by Direct Debit (£90 by credit/ debit card)
Buy Annual Membership (Direct Debit)
Buy Annual Membership (credit/debit card)
Give as a Gift
Friend for Life
Joint (living at same address): £900
Buy Life Membership
Gift Life Membership
Recent Friends News
Visit to Kew Gardens, 24 September 2019
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Friends visit to Kew Gardens in London on 24 September.
‘Thanks for organising the trip to Kew on Tuesday, we had a lovely day. The Chihuly exhibition was great, I’m so pleased I got the opportunity to see it and the guided tour was really interesting. Thanks again for all the hard work that I realise goes into making these events possible.’
As well as daytrips, Friends can enjoy House Shares at Landmark properties. It is an opportunity to meet likeminded people during your stay.
Read more about House Shares
Friends Membership - VAT and donations
To comply with HMRC VAT requirements, please click here to find a summary of how your membership contribution is split between the value of ‘vatable’ benefits received and the value of the donation.