The St Andrews Preservation Trust was founded in 1937 to
care for the valuable amenities and unique attractiveness of St Andrews.
It is a registered Scottish Charity run by a Board of Trustees, two
members of staff and over 50 volunteers.
The Trust operates through committees of Trustees and co-opted members
each with specific responsibilities such as: Planning, Environment,
Finance, Museum, Property, Fundraising and Membership.
An Annual General Meeting is held each May at which Trustees report to
You can help by joining today. Please support our efforts to preserve the
outstanding features of this “auld grey city by the North Sea”. The St
Andrews Preservation Trust is a charity funded entirely by members’
subscriptions, donations, legacies and fundraising.
By joining as an ordinary or life member you will be helping us to protect
the future of St Andrews.
To keep up to date with our activities we issue a Bi-Annual Newsletter and
monthly updates via email, an Annual Report and & Year Book along with
invitations to various social events and fundraisers. You can view past
editions of newsletters and yearbooks on the News page
You can also volunteer to help in the Trust Museum and Garden, and to
assist with the conservation work in the Boase Wood in the Lade Braes,
which is owned and maintained by the Trust.
If you are interested in becoming a member please download our membership
form and send by post or email to the details on the form.
Download Corporate Membership Form
Download Individual/Family Membership Form