Become a Patron

Patrons have the opportunity to enjoy a close and special relationship with Landmark and our work, meeting the people involved and getting behind the scenes.

Donate and become a Patron

If you would like to renew an existing membership, please contact the Development Office on 01628 512124.

A message from our Director

“As Landmark’s Director I am acutely aware of the importance of our Patrons.  

I love meeting Patrons each year at our annual lunch and hearing their views on our plans and the future of the charity. The committed support of this group of donors is the lifeblood of Landmark, and we quite simply couldn’t go on rescuing buildings without them.Thanks to their invaluable philanthropic support, Landmark is able to take on new challenges every year. 

I therefore hope you will consider supporting Landmark as a Patron and I look forward to welcoming you to the scheme.” 

Dr Anna Keay, Director

 

Testimonial from a current Patron

"When I was growing up my parents had a copy of the Landmark Trust handbook, and I became fascinated by the preservation of these ancient buildings that had been put to good use once again. I was absorbed by the photographs and the floorplans - the book was a treasure in itself - and excited that the stories of these remarkable places were being told anew. British heritage has played a part in my own career and I'm a passionate advocate of it. Being a Patron is a wonderful way to be associated with the extraordinary work that the Trust does to save these historic treasures for all time." 

Gareth Neame OBE 

 

In appreciation of your generous support, we are pleased to offer you:

✔ Exclusive invitations for you and your guest(s) to see work in progress and the end results. During 2019, this will include visits to Winsford   Cottage Hospital in Devon, Dunshay Manor in Dorset and Cobham Dairy in Kent

✔ Invitations to events around the country organised exclusively for Landmark Patrons and their guests 

✔ Early booking privileges that include a period of exclusive access to forward bookings, including new Landmarks

✔ An opportunity to meet our Director at her annual lunch for Patrons, be the first to hear of our future plans, and to feedback your thoughts on our work

✔ Bespoke updates about Landmark’s activities

✔ A complimentary copy of each new edition of The Landmark Trust Handbook (normally £13.00) and calendar (normally £9.00)

✔ Acknowledgement as a Patron supporter e.g. on our website, in our Annual Report and Accounts, and Annual Review (unless you wish to remain anonymous).

  • Your gift options

     

    Patron

    Joint Patrons**

    £1,000/year

    £1,500/year

    £83*/month

    £125*/month

     Life Patronage      

    Joint Life Patronage**

    £10,000

    £15,000

    * Amount if paid by Direct Debit

    ** If living at the same address

     

  • Your donation options

     

    Online

    We will be informed about the
    generosity of your gift and
    will be in touch to confirm your
    membership and welcome
    you to the scheme.

    By post

    A downloadable form
    for cheque, card, or Direct
    Debit payments by post.

    Direct bank transfer

    Please contact
    us for details.

 Donate and become a Patron

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Testimonials

I love being a Patron of The Landmark Trust. They make me feel part of the inside team. If you have a passion for saving important buildings at risk and want the chance of a close up look at the work in progress and be included in the plans for the future, join the Patrons. The Landmark team will warmly welcome you.

John Hastings-Bass

 

I love being a Patron of Landmark, they are excellent at keeping me in touch with new and old projects. Their Patrons outings are really well organised and extremely worthwhile.

Anonymous

 

There is a degree of self-interest in becoming a patron as for a relatively modest sum of money one can assist not only in preserving and recovering valued quirky ancient buildings but also to do so in a way that ordinary people can have an opportunity enjoying staying in such buildings: including of course oneself as a patron. I feel that my financial support helps spread access of the enjoyment of those less able to initially contemplate staying in such buildings.

It is also an endorsement that such buildings are not merely museums to be gawped at but actually living bricks, stones and mortar that must pay their way in a modern world. To be a part of that, however small, is a privilege.

Being a patron not only affirms support for the principles behind Landmark Trust but also for the detailed selection of buildings the trust seeks to support.

Ian Murray