Current members can login, view and edit their membership details and manage their subscription here.
The Lutyens Trust is a vibrant community of more than 550 members who:
- have the satisfaction of knowing that they are helping to save Lutyens’s works
- receive a topical quarterly newsletter in Spring, Summer and Autumn
- can participate in an exclusive activities programme including visits to private houses not open to the public
- can join in events during the study week held each June at Goddards
- can have access to the library at Goddards with its extensive reference library
Joining the Lutyens Trust is quick and easy. Please choose one of the following membership options.Alternatively complete and return our downloadable membership form or, if you prefer to be sent a form, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Printable Membership Form If you have a problem downloading the form then please request one via email.
The Lutyens Trust depends on voluntary donations to enable it to carry on its day to day work of protecting and promoting the heritage of the works of Edwin Lutyens.
Our Architectural Advisory Panel, assisted by voluntary caseworkers and members, assesses and acts on threats to Lutyens buildings and helps clients towards sensitive design solutions.
Other caseworkers conduct research and are helping to build the Trust’s archive of Lutyens works into a single, comprehensive on-line Gazetteer accessible by the public.
We rely on our members and others for meeting the cost of this work, and we are always extremely grateful to anyone who feels able to help us financially. Click here to make an online donation or send a cheque to our Treasurer Charles Lutyens.
The Trust is very grateful to all our donors, especially the Monument Trust which has provided grants to cover the cost of our caseworkers, but also to the many donors and legators that have supported our work including the Dr Mortimer & Theresa Sackler Foundation, the Arts & Crafts Movement in Surrey, the Charles Wallace India Trust, the Institute of American Classical Architects, the late Sir Robert Clark and the late Matthew Ridley.