A view of the coastline from the summit of Golden Cap, at dawn. ©National Trust Images/David Noton

A view of the coastline from the summit of Golden Cap, at dawn. ©National Trust Images/David Noton

We run a varied programme of events from talks and coffee mornings to outings and even holidays.

We organise day trips to places of interest such as National Trust properties, other houses, gardens and places of historic importance as well as a number of social events including coffee mornings and our Christmas lunch.
Here is a list of our current events, click on each one for more detail.

For further information about events please send an email to

If you are interested in booking one or more events, please state the event/s in which you are interested, and booking forms will be emailed to you for download to return with your cheque for payment.  Information about booking and conditions will be included in our email to you

Date/Time Event
27 October, 2018
10:00 am
Event No. 19: Coffee & Cake Morning
St Aldhelm’s Church Centre, Weymouth Dorset
17 November, 2018
2:30 pm
Event No. 20: A Talk by Hannah Jefferson, the new NT General Manager North & West Dorset, following the AGM
Brownsword Hall, Poundbury Dorset
27 November, 2018
All Day
Event No. 21: Visit to London
6 December, 2018
12:00 am - 2:30 pm
Event No. 22 : "The Twelve Days of Christmas" by Anne Gray
St Aldhelm’s Centre, Weymouth
11 December, 2018
12:00 pm
Event No. 23: Christmas Lunch at Weymouth Golf Club
Weymouth Golf Club, Weymouth
17 January, 2019
2:30 pm
Event No. 1: "Dorset Archaeology" Christopher John Tripp BA (Hons.) MA
St Aldhelm’s Centre, Weymouth
12 February, 2019
2:30 pm
Event No. 2: “Food for Free; Foraging for Wild Food” by James Feaver
Brownsword Hall, Poundbury Dorset
12 March, 2019
2:30 pm
Event No. 3: “The Portland Spies” by Rod Harris OBE
St Aldhelm’s Centre, Weymouth
23 March, 2019
6:30 am
Event No. 4: Supper Evening with Quiz
St Aldhelm’s Centre, Weymouth

Have a look at Main National Trust Events in Dorset to see events organised directly by the National Trust.