Learn about the city of Oxford with Oxford Preservation Trust
Oxford Preservation Trust
Oxford Preservation Trust was founded in 1927 and aims to conserve the best of Oxford’s past and help create a positive future for the city. Oxford Preservation Trust cares for over 1000 acres of land in Oxford’s rural setting and helps to open the area for everyone to enjoy. From cottage to castle, they have saved C17th cottages in St Ebbe’s, Shakespeare’s Painted Room, the restoration of Oxford Castle, and even a railway swing bridge. The Trust runs many events in the community to help people learn about the city of Oxford. These events include, Oxford Open Doors, member events, and community outreach programmes.
Join Oxford Preservation Trust
If you love getting outdoors and want to help make a difference, Oxford Preservation Trust has the perfect opportunity for you. With a wide range of membership options, you can get involved in a fun and varied programme of activities, including talks, visits and walks in town and the country. When you become a member, you can also enjoy free entry to Oxford Castle and Prison all year round, 10% discount at the Castle Gift Shop, 10% discount at the Victoria Arms, members only events at Oxford Open Doors, volunteer work parties, and regular newsletters.