National Trust Car Stickers 2017

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This will help us better support conservation needs at the places you are visiting through providing additional funding from your membership fees back to the property for each member visit. Remember, scanning each time will help fund the specific place you are visiting so that we can provide better facilities on site. We’ll also be able to better understand pressures on our car parks, which will enable us to provide better facilities on site.

Unfortunately a small number of our March 2018 member cards have been incorrectly printed with an expiry date of February 2019 instead of March 2019. If you see this mistake on your card we’re sorry this happened. This printing error won’t affect the validity of your card and you’ll still be able to use it at our car parks and admission tills until the end of March 2019. If you pay by Direct Debit you’ll receive your next set of membership cards in February 2019, which are valid until March 2020.

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Why is scanning of member cards at pay-and-display sites being introduced?

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Struggling to scan your member card? Watch our video that explains how to do this.

The National Trust has produced a car ‘badge’ of some sort for 70 years and we know that many members love displaying their car sticker, so the National Trust is not looking to phase this out. You will see a car sticker as before in your 2018 Handbook, though over next year we will be phasing out this as an indicator for free parking – so remember to scan your card.

Your car sticker is located inside the front cover of the handbook. You will receive a new handbook and car sticker in January.  

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I’m a life member and I don’t have a scannable card. How do I access free parking?

The great thing about this is that every time you scan your card, the place you are visiting will get an allocation of National Trust funds, which will be used to maintain and improve facilities and footpaths.

The data held by each car park pay-and-display machine to verify the member card is a single unique encrypted code per member. No personal information on any supporter is held in the car park machines and no member can be identified from their scan except by the National Trust.

You should always carry your member card with you when visiting our places for your free entry and parking benefits.

Listed below are some of the most frequently asked questions; please have a look and if you have any further questions, let us know as we will be updating these as the project progresses.

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Direct Debit is the easiest way to pay for your membership. It’s simple to amend or set up, using My National Trust. Register or sign in to get started. If you have a junior membership, please call us instead, on 0344 800 1895.

The asterisk indicates who makes payment for the membership or who was listed first on the membership application. This helps our staff and volunteers if members choose to renew or make any changes to their membership while at a property.

Got a question about your membership? Or perhaps you’d like to know more about renewing for another year. You can find the answers to our most frequently asked questions below.

We scan membership cards on entry to many of our places to accurately count and analyse member visits, as well as track and prevent fraudulent use of National Trust membership cards.

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Yes, you can, but please write your member number (found on your membership card) on the back of the cheque and, along with the remittance slip found on the bottom of your renewal letter, please post to the Supporter Services Centre in the envelope provided.

If you’ve lost your card, there’s no need to panic. If you have a junior membership, please call us to request a new one on 0344 800 1895. If you have any other type of membership, you can request a replacement card using My National Trust. Simply sign in or register for an account to get started.

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You may have recently had problems scanning your member card when visiting our places. We’re sorry if this is the case. Please request a replacement via My National Trust, or call us on 0344 800 1895.

Further afield, you can use your National Trust membership card in 14 other countries, including Italy, the Bahamas and Canada.

It’s now even easier to update your address, contact details and contact preferences, using our new online account service, My National Trust. Simply register for an account or sign in.

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Over recent months you may have noticed some changes when parking at our pay-and display car parks. Found mainly at our coast and countryside places, the car park pay-and-display machines are being upgraded to allow our members to scan their member card for a free parking ticket. We’re continuing to upgrade our pay-and-display machines during 2018.

You can also use your card to visit heritage sites in Scotland, looked after by the National Trust for Scotland.

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Direct Debit helps us to put more of your membership money into looking after special places. It also helps you to spread the cost of your membership. Find out more about the benefits of Direct Debit payments and how to set one up.

We take data protection very seriously. Read our privacy policy to find out how we keep our members’ personal details safe.

Staff are often on hand in our car parks to help visitors. If the car park machine isn’t working or is out of order, please see if there is someone available to help you. If not, where possible please leave a note in your windscreen with your arrival time and member number which can be found on your card (if you are a member).

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Without your card, you may be asked to pay an admission fee. Annual and life members can return their admission tickets in exchange for some National Trust vouchers, less an admin fee. 

No. At some of our pay-to-enter properties we are able to check your membership on our system and can allow entry without your card. However, at smaller properties where we are unable to check your membership, you may be asked to pay the entry fee, which you can reclaim (minus an admin charge) from our membership department. If you do not have your card to scan for free parking you may receive a compliance notice if you do not pay for a ticket – this will not incur a fine.

If you require some extra help check out the video of how best to scan your card. 

Will members be fined if they do not have their member cards?

We’ve updated our website to make it really simple for you to renew your membership online and continue supporting the places you love.

Frequently asked questions: Does my membership include free parking?

We offer a discount on renewal of membership to those members aged 60 and over, who have been a member for at least five years in the last ten. This works out as 25 per cent less than the full rate.

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And, as with member card scans at properties, when you have given us permission we’ll use the data collected to offer you a more personalised experience of the National Trust through more tailored communications, and it will make us more efficient so even more of your money will go towards caring for the places you enjoy. In some instances, it will also help us plan how to get the on-site offer right for you.

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While we’re passionate about open spaces and historic places, we’re working hard in other areas too. We care about energy, the environment, food, farming, transport and heritage.

If you have mobility issues and you are a Blue Badge holder, remember that you’re able to park for free in our pay-and-display car parks as long as you display your badge – there is no need to scan. Though if you are with someone who can scan on your behalf, remember that the property will benefit from your visit. 

We are in the process of activating the scanners in our pay-and-display machines so, whilst the majority of machines have a scanner these are not yet working in all machines. The signs at the machine should indicate if the scanner is inactive. If you have any concerns, please see a member of staff, if available.

We use summary data for analysis to understand which types of members are visiting which sites and when, to ensure we can provide the right facilities and information, as well as gain some understanding of average drive times people are making to our places.

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Read our privacy policy to find out how we look after the personal details of our members.

This Handbook is the perfect companion to your National Trust membership. It is easy to flip through the pages to discover where to visit and due to it’s size it can be kept in the car, taking up very little room. The internet is great for many things but sometimes it is just easier and better to have a book to help you to discover new places of interest

We’d love to stay in touch, but we don’t want to out-stay our welcome. Choose how you would like us to get in touch with you by registering or signing in to My National Trust. For example, you can tick ‘email’ and we’ll keep you updated on events, places and news relevant to you – straight into your inbox.

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Apart from junior members, all memberships include free parking at National Trust car parks.

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Currently we have no way of monitoring the overall use of the majority of our coast and countryside car parks as we only have a record of the number of visitors who pay for parking. Scanning of member cards for your free parking will enable us to understand just how many people are using our car parks and when.

What personal details are held in the car park machine and can I be identified?

For any enquiries about your membership or about the organisation, please contact us. Phone: 0344 800 1895 (local call rates apply). Or send us a letter: The National Trust, PO Box 574, Manvers, Rotherham, S63 3FH. Email: [email protected]

You can find full directions on each property page, under the link “How to get here”. If you prefer a guide that you can print out, we’ve created the Getting here guide, which gives you sat nav details for those out-of-the-way places, as well as grid references and road maps. Register or sign in to My National Trust to download your guide and start exploring.

We’re aware of a print issue with a small batch of our member cards, which means that the QR/barcode is not reading correctly (both at our visit tills and in our pay-and-display machines). We are unable to identify which members have been affected in order to replace the card. If you find that you are not able to scan at more than one site, please do get in contact for a replacement card via My National Trust.

 When visiting a National Trust pay-and-display car park, please take your member card to the machine. As many of the machines are solar powered, you may need to press any button to ‘wake’ the machine up.

Press the yellow highlighted button (indicated as the Member button on screen) and place your member card, with the QR/barcode facing upwards, in the wide scanner on the left side of the machine. The machine should beep to register the scan; your ticket will be with you in a couple of seconds.

Please place the ticket in your car windscreen. 

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Getting to and from the machine is difficult for me. What are you doing to help?

The data we gather from this will be used in a variety of different ways. It will be used to allocate National Trust funds accurately to the places you visit to help them maintain facilities and footpaths, as well as enable us to manage our car parks more effectively.

Individual life and individual senior life members may bring a guest for free at our pay-to-enter places. If your new membership card says ‘+ guest’ after your name, you are eligible. But this only applies to visiting our places and doesn’t permit life members to bring guests to the AGM (Annual General Meeting) which is for members only. Nor would your guest have any voting rights at the AGM.

Lost your car sticker? It’s easy to request a replacement sticker when you sign in to your account at My National Trust. If you’ve got your member number, you can register and sign in today.

Tip: Having your card to hand when pressing the member button will prevent the machine timing out whilst you try to locate the card. If the machine does time out, just start again by pressing any button to ‘wake’ the machine.

How will the data that is gathered from membership scanning be used?

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All new life member cards are scannable at our pay to enter properties and at our Pay and Display car parks. During 2017 we contacted all life members who we have a valid email or postal address for and replaced the old style cards with a new scannable version. If you have not received a new card it may be that we don’t have a valid contact address for you. Please contact our membership department.

Thank you for looking at our current available product which is brand new and ready for quick despatch.

Next January, you will receive a new copy for the coming year. In the meantime, if you have lost or damaged your handbook, you can buy an extra copy as a member for £9.99 in National Trust shops.

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You can use your card to explore over 500 special places across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Start planning your next trip today.

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