How you can support us
There are lots of interesting and engaging ways that you can support us, working with Trustees and other volunteers. We need help with site clearance; archaeology; manning stands at events; PR/promotion; website; fundraising; helping at Trust events; administration, etc. If you would like to find out more about these, and other opportunities to help, then do get in touch with Trust Chair, Barrie Baldelli, telephone 01386 442910
You can help us by making a donation. We have secured significant grant funding from National Heritage Lottery Fund and Historic England, as well as other smaller grants. We still need additional funds to complete our project, especialy the Community Gardens. We are in the process of setting up a Just Giving page and once this is complete you will find all the information below to donate. In the meantime, you can visit our Hub, located in the Riverside Shopping Centre, where we can accept donations by card or cash or make a payment directly to Evesham Abbey Trust with the details below,
Evesham Abbey Trust
The Trust are excited to be starting the second phase of the project with work on the Garden underway from October 2022. The first task is to gather as many daffodil bulbs as we can for the Nave Garden. We’ve set an ambitious target to plant 2000 bulbs alongside crocus bulbs, ready to bloom next spring. The crocus bulbs have kindly been donated by Evesham Rotary as part of the End Polio Now Campaign. The campaign has been running since 1985 and aims to rid the world of Polio, you can find out more about the campaign by visiting the Rotary website on the link below.
We are asking for daffodil bulb donations to help us achieve the goal of 2000 bulbs. There are two ways you can help,
- Purchase a pack of NARCISSUS daffodil bulbs and drop them in to the Evesham Abbey Trust Hub. (Located in the Riverside shopping Centre)
- Make a money donation to Evesham Abbey Trust (reference Daffodil) and we will buy the daffodil bulbs. Bank details above.
Thank you for Supporting Evesham Abbey Trust!