Churchill's Chartwell
Ham House, London
Ham House, London
Devonshire
Devonshire
National Trust Curator Mark Purcell with Royal Oak scholars
National Trust Curator Mark Purcell with Royal Oak scholars
Attingham Park, Shropshire
Attingham Park, Shropshire

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Cattle graze peacefully beside the river in Croome Park, Worcestershire

The Royal Oak Foundation seeks to raise awareness of and advance the work of the National Trust of England, Wales, and Northern Ireland by inspiring support from the United States for the Trust’s efforts to preserve and protect historic places and spaces – for ever, for everyone.  Join Today

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Formby celebrates 50 years in National Trust care
Rangers, volunteers and campaigners have celebrated 50 years of conservation at Formby. The mile-long stretch of dunes and pinewoods on the Sefton coast was acquired by the National Trust in 1967, following a £20,000 fundraising appeal.

Six reasons to holiday in the UK this summer
Book a break to one of our characterful holiday cottages to enjoy beaches, culture and adventure this summer. Here are six reasons to book a holiday in the UK this year.

Bike rides for beginners
We care for lots of places across the country perfect for a bike ride. From cruising along the flat routes of Wicken Fen to tackling the slightly more challenging hills and valleys of the Langdale Pikes in Cumbria, there’s something to suit everyone.

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Support Churchill’s Chartwell
The Royal Oak Foundation launches a multi-year appeal to reinvigorate Winston Churchill’s legacy at his family home and acquire prized possessions for the worldwide public.

Support Royal Oak’s Work
Give to Royal Oak today to support educational events, undertake substantial conservation and preservation projects and provide essential scholarship opportunities.

The Royal Oak Legacy Circle
Help ensure the future of The Royal Oak Foundation with a legacy gift.