The Best Way to Cancel Your National Trust Membership

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How to Cancel Your National Trust Membership the Easy Way

When you first joined the National Trust, you were probably welcomed with open arms. Now that you need to, will you receive the same treatment again? Or will you get excuses and the runaround?

You can't be sure that cancelling your membership will be easy. Even so, there is one thing you can count on and that is DoNotPay making the process simple and hassle-free.

National Trust Cancellation Policies

Individuals agree to a one-year membership when joining. Towards the end of your one-year anniversary, you will receive a renewal card in the mail. Unless you intend to continue your membership, you'll have to cancel before the annual renewal period. If you fail to do so, you will automatically be re-enrolled for another year.

What happens if you before the one-year period is up? National Trust isn't clear about whether or not they charge people a fee for doing so. Rest assured though that DoNotPay will see that you are not charged any unreasonable or unnecessary fees.

How to Cancel National Trust

If you want to , there are several ways you can go about it. Regardless of the method you choose, it's always best to follow up on your request within a few days. That way, you can hopefully avoid any more monthly debits from your bank account.

We'll talk a little about the different cancellation methods shortly. But first, make sure you have the following information ready to go:

  • National Trust membership number
  • All names listed on the membership
  • Annual renewal date

Phone Cancellations

Contact customer service between the hours of 9 am and 5 pm Monday through Saturday. This option isn't available on Sundays or holidays, and you could experience a significant hold time. Telephone numbers for key personnel are listed below.

National Trust PersonnelPhone Number
Customer Phone Centre0344 800 1895
Main Headquarters01793 817400
Holidays Team

(if you also need to cancel a reservation)

0344 800 2070


Send an email to and state that you would like to cancel your membership. You may not receive a reply back, so you should include a read receipt whenever possible. Furthermore, you won't have any idea who is receiving the email, which can make it more difficult to follow up later.

Cancelling by Post

Send a cancellation letter to The National Trust, PO Box 574, Manvers, Rotherham, S63 3FH. Allow between five and seven business days before your renewal date. Otherwise, there may not be ample enough time for processing, in which case you may continue being charged.

You Can Cancel National Trust Within a 14-Day Cooling-Off Period

If you have recently purchased a membership in National Trust, you could be entitled to cancel without penalty. Under the Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013, consumers have a right to cancel memberships and subscriptions within an initial, 14-day cooling-off period.

When cancelling, you will still follow the same steps as above. However, when speaking with customer service, let your agent know you are exercising rights under the Consumer Contracts Regulations.

What Does a National Trust Subscription Look Like on Bank Statements?

Following cancellation, check your bank statement carefully to ensure you are not still charged. A National Trust debit may appear as any of the following:

  • National Trust
  • National Trust CAR
  • National Trust Dorking GBR
  • National Trust Richmond GB
  • National Trust Norwich GBR
  • Knole, Sevenoaks GB
  • Erddig Hall
  • Prior Park Garden

DoNotPay Can Cancel Your Membership and Subscriptions With Ease

DoNotPay can manage the cancellation for you. You can open DoNotPay in your DoNotPay is always the best and easiest option. Tell us which service you want to cancel: log-in click on Manage Subscriptions, enter the name of the service, provide account details/information that will help us locate your account, and submit. - describe this in steps/numbered list.

DoNotPay will notify you once the service has been cancelled. How to cancel in 3 steps:

  1. Log in to DoNotPay and search for the Manage Subscriptions product.

  2. Provide the name of the subscription service you want to cancel.

  3. Provide your account details such as email address and username.

Once you submit the details, we'll work on cancelling your subscription. We'll even try to get a refund on your behalf.

What Other Subscriptions Can DoNotPay Help Me Cancel?

Need to get out of a Sky or Virgin Media contract? DoNotPay can assist you with that as well. In fact, we can help you efficiently cancel a variety of memberships and subscriptions, including:

  1. Planet Fitness
  2. CVS Carepass
  3. Xbox Live
  4. Now TV
  5. Beer52
  6. Just Eat
  7. AA Membership
  8. BT Sport
  9. RAC Membership

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Stop Paying Your National Trust Membership. Get Help From DoNotPay

If you no longer need or want your National Trust membership, there's no reason to continue paying. When you are ready to terminate, we'll be here to make things as easy as possible for you. right away to find out just how simple it can be.

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