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Renew your membership

How to renew your membership

Now, more than ever, we’d like to highlight just how vital and valued your support is to the Trust. At our core, we exist to protect the people and places of Scotland, and everything that makes this country so special. Whilst this is a difficult time, wherever possible we’ll be carrying on our work to preserve Scotland’s irreplaceable heritage, ensuring that you can enjoy our places again when better days return. 

As an independent charity, we’ll be relying solely on the support of our members during this time. Our commitment to you, over the coming weeks, is to enable you to continue your love for Scotland at home, with member-exclusive digital content and activities to do in your house and garden. If you’re not subscribed already, you can do so on our stay in touch page or by going to your My Trust account and choosing to receive news and updates to your inbox.

A puffin walks across a flower-covered cliff top. It has some food in its beak.

How to renew if you pay for your membership via direct debit 

This is really easy – all you have to do is let your direct debit renew automatically! 

  1. We’ll write to you 10 working days before your renewal is due to remind you. At this point we’ll send your new, 100% recyclable, membership card(s), which are active immediately and replace your existing cards.
  2. You’ll also find your membership information on an enclosed page. Please check that all the information is correct.
  3. If there are any changes or if you’d like to cancel your membership, simply contact us.  

How to renew if you pay for your membership as a one-off annual payment 

  1. We’ll write to you 10 days before your renewal is due with a payment form and pre-paid envelope. At this point we’ll send your new, 100% recyclable card(s) which become active once we have received your payment.
  2. You’ll also find your membership information on an enclosed page. Please check that all the information is correct.
  3. If everything’s all ok, please complete the enclosed form with your payment information and return it to us using the pre-paid envelope.
  4. If there are any changes or if you’d like to cancel your membership, simply contact us.  
A gravel path leads through a walled garden towards an urn. Colourful flowerbeds line the path.

Through your membership, you’re helping to protect the beautiful places in the Trust’s care, so they may be enjoyed for generations to come. To find out more about the work we do, and ways that you can offer further support, please see how you can donate.