Find membership options and join us today.
Find membership options and join us today.


What you can expect by joining us?

Become a member

Join us for our Walks and Talks and the opportunity to participate in the conservation, and encourage the restoration and enhancement, of gardens old and new throughout our historic county — many of which are otherwise hard to access. Enjoy member’s rates to participate in our paid events. 

We look forward to welcoming you as a member of the Bucks Gardens Trust and greatly value your interest and support.


The benefits of membership

On joining the Bucks GT you will:

  • help support the Trust's key role in advising on the protection and conservation of historic parks, gardens and other designed landscapes
  • help support the volunteers who undertake our research and recording work
  • have the opportunity to take part in guided visits to parks and gardens, including those not open to the general public
  • be able to attend the winter and spring illustrated talks by specialists on design, garden history, plants and more at the County Museum, Aylesbury HP20 2QP
  • receive four Newsletters a year with articles and items of interest including information on events, reviews and research carried out by Bucks GT
  • have the opportunity to be involved in the work of the Bucks GT, including conservation and planning
  • help support the Gardens Trust, the only national charity dedicated to the conservation of the designed landscapes in England and Wales
  • meet and work with enthusiastic amateur and professional members and other societies with similar interests on a local and national level.
The Turkish Kiosk, Wotton AGM

About Buckinghamshire Gardens Trust

How can I get involved?

The Buckinghamshire Gardens Trust relies on volunteers for a wide range help.

If you have any other skills which you believe would help with the work of the Trust, please let us know.

The Bucks Gardens Trust is particularly looking for those who would like to be actively involved in the areas listed:

  • the research and recording of gardens, parks and landscapes. Training is given for this role and you would be part of a team of approximately 24 volunteers
  • marketing and publicity for the Trust to encourage a wider audience to participate in its work
  • outreach projects including education and practical garden schemes
  • fundraising including grant applications to support research work, projects and campaigns the Trust undertakes and takes part in
  • assisting at Trust events and exhibitions throughout the county
  • improving public relations, accessibility and publicity to raise our profile to include modern media
  • administration and computer skills, an essential for all areas of the Trust’s work
  • responding to planning applications likely to affect important historic landscapes and gardens
  • taking photographs of Trust events which can be used in publicity and for updating the website.
Caldecotte Lake, Milton Keynes, looking north west from the promontory and showing characteristic planting of cornus


We welcome everyone who wants to visit some interesting gardens in good company, listen to some great speakers at the County Museum. Watch what we are up to on Facebook — all are welcome on the journey!

Become a Member

Find out about membership rates and how to join us. Become a member today and enjoy our events at discounted rates.
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