Individual supporters, who give £6,000 or more to any one of our restoration projects, are recognised as Guardians of their chosen building.
The support of each Guardian has a substantial impact on the success of a building rescue project. We encourage you to be closely involved at each step of the journey, to follow the restoration process from start to finish, and to celebrate with us as we finally open the doors of the new Landmark which your generosity has enabled. As a Guardian you will join a small group of like-minded supporters with a particular passion for seeing your chosen building successfully saved and restored.
Benefits to you
- Champion the building you love!
- Receive regular updates throughout the project and special reports
- Join dedicated site visits with the project team from Landmark. This will include a private lunch and talk about the project with our experts.
- Invitation to a special event to celebrate the completion
- Presentation copy of the History Album for the building
- Early booking privileges so that you can be one of the first to stay
- A copy of Handbooks and bi-annual newsletters published during the life of the project
- Your support acknowledged on our website, and History Album for the building (unless you request otherwise)
“I found being a Guardian of Llwyn Celyn one of the most rewarding and interesting things I have ever done. To be included in the restoration of this fascinating old house and its farm buildings, joining in each new discovery, learning so much of the history of the place, was a great privilege. The site visits were terrific. Everyone at the Landmark Trust made me feel a valuable part of the project and a member of their team. I am thrilled to have played a small part in rescuing this place and bringing it back to life.” Felicity Fairbairn
Like to know more? Please call Bruce Hall or Hatty Masser on 01628 825920.
Projects seeking Guardians:
“Becoming a Guardian early on has meant visits to see Belmont, meeting like-minded people, and has helped fund early remedial work to stop further deterioration. Money well spent.”