Supporters

Become a Trust Supporter

We would be delighted if you decide to become a Supporter of the Chichester Walls Trust.

Annual membership is just £5 per year, or £7 for two people at the same address. All proceeds go towards our work to protect, interpret and promote Chichester’s historic Roman walls.

To become a Trust Supporter, please download an application form below and send to us by email or post. For questions on membership, please contact our Membership Secretary.

A family walk on the Walls

Benefits of becoming a Supporter

Here are a few of the benefits you will receive with your Supporters’ membership.

  • Keep up to date with Trust activities via our periodic newsletters
  • Take part in Supporters’ events and special offers
  • Meet other people with shared interest in Chichester’s walls and history
  • Helping to keep Chichester’s historic walls well maintained, well used and well known



Supporters’ Newsletter

Trust Supporters will receive a regular Newsletter about various aspects of the walls, and the ongoing activities of the Trust. You can view a copy of our latest newsletter via the box on the right hand side of this page (or below if you’re viewing on mobile).

Supporters’ Outings

In 2013 we visited the Cawley Almshouses and the Guildhall in April, and the Westgate area including St. Bartholomew’s Church in the autumn.

In 2014 we explored the Eastgate areas of The Litten, Jubilee Gardens, and St. John’s Chapel, all within sight of the walls. In the autumn last year we were given a guided tour of the former Graylingwell Hospital site.

In 2015 there will be two Outings for Supporters, in the Spring and Autumn; details to follow.

Each Outing is followed by refreshments.

Recent Trust Events

In September 2014 Chichester hosted the 24th annual European Walled Towns Symposium, a prestigious network of historic walled towns across the continent. Delegates from walled towns all over Europe attended this four day event, held in warm sunshine throughout. Walls Trustees led groups around the walls, and there were numerous talks about aspects of the walls’ recent restoration. Many visits were arranged to local places of interest – Goodwood House, Fishbourne Roman Palace, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, Rolls Royce. Two of our Trustees, Anne Scicluna and Doris Norton, are on the Executive Committee of the EWT.