Join the Trust and, if you can, help with restoration.
Donate funds as the work required will cost an enormous amount.
If you have any information about the site i.e. photos and recollections then please get in touch.
Visit the site. We are open on Thursdays 10:00 - 5:00 and Saturdays 10:00 - 5:00 approx.
The benefits of membership of the Trust include:
• Free entry to the site for any public event.
• Quarterly quality newsletter.
• Opportunity to take part in the restoration effort.
• Entitlement to vote at the annual general meeting.
Print a copy on white paper landscape and then mail the completed form and remittance to the address printed on it.
The data protection act exists to protect us all from unauthorised sharing of personal information held by organisations. The Trust is registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office.
Members should be aware that we hold simple information on them (as supplied on the membership application form), but this is limited to those records required to run any organisation that has a membership, namely name, address and email address (if supplied). This information is held both on a computerised database and as paper records.
Whilst these records are held securely and are not passed to any other agencies except Gift Aid claims to HMRC, Members should be aware that these records are held and may, of course, choose for us to delete the information we hold. Of course, it would then be impossible for us to send newsletters or membership renewals! Please contact us if you wish to see what data we hold and if you wish for your details to be removed.