How much is it to join Hassra?
45 per month HASSRA provides excellent value for money. The monthly subscription is deductible from your salary or civil service pension, or by direct debit or debit/credit card if you don’t fall under one of the main membership categories and are unable to subscribe by payroll deductions.
What does Hassra stand for?
HASSRA’s name was an acronym for “Health and Social Security Recreational Association”.
Do English Heritage members get discount at Cadw?
Members can enjoy free or discounted entry at hundreds of attractions across England, and free or half price admission to hundreds more historic places cared for by Cadw, Historic Scotland, OPW, Manx National Heritage and Heritage New Zealand.
Does National Trust get you into English heritage?
National Trust covers all sites in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Heritage sites in Scotland are looked after by Historic Scotland, which is a similar charitable trust. What is this? However, you can still access these sites with your membership card for free.
How do I cancel my Hassra subscription?
Membership may be terminated by giving one month’s notice. Please go to “My Profile” and “Make an enquiry”. The balance of any subscriptions following the period of notice will be refunded by bank transfer. You will retain the right to be a HASSRA member in the future.
Is Cardiff Castle a Cadw site?
Is Cardiff Castle a Cadw site? No, Cardiff Castle is owned and managed by Cardiff City Council.
What do you get for Cadw membership?
Membership benefits include: UNLIMITED admission to all 130 Cadw sites. UNLIMITED entry to a wide range of history and family events. HALF-PRICE admission to all English Heritage and Historic Scotland attractions, upgrading to FREE entry if you renew with us next year.
Is Alnwick Castle National Trust or English Heritage?
Steeped in English heritage, the Norman-style castle has been home to the Percy family since 1309; the family arrived from France, and have since been embroiled in the changing landscape of the country, seeing rebellion, revolution and economic changes.
Is English Heritage worth joining?
English Heritage membership is a fantastic investment for archaeology or history lovers – or for people who just want to see more of the UK in a cost-effective way. With it, you can enjoy unlimited access to all of their wonderful castles, historic monuments and countless other membership benefits.
What does Cadw mean in English?
Cadw is a Welsh word meaning ‘to keep’ or ‘to protect’. And that’s exactly what we do. We are working for an accessible and well-protected historic environment for Wales. Find out what we do, why we do it and how you can work with us to achieve it.
What are Cadw sites?
Cadw is the historic environment service of the Welsh Government which manages historical buildings and ancient monuments in Wales. Ref. World Heritage Site.
How long does Cadw membership last?
Joining Cadw means unlimited days out for a year, or even a lifetime! Plus a whole lot more… As a Cadw member you can visit our 130 sites as often as you like, whilst helping to preserve them for generations to come. From castles and abbeys, to palaces and fortresses, Cadw has sites to suit every type of member.
What is a historic place?
Not yet registered? Not yet an EH member? The historic places in our care span six millennia and include palaces, houses, hill figures, castles, abbeys, industrial sites, Roman forts and even deserted medieval villages. Caring for these places and their collections for the benefit of this and future generations is a cornerstone of everything we do.
What are Historic Places in our care?
Find more… Not yet registered? Not yet an EH member? The historic places in our care span six millennia and include palaces, houses, hill figures, castles, abbeys, industrial sites, Roman forts and even deserted medieval villages.
What are the benefits of English Heritage membership?
As well as free, unlimited entry to the hundreds of sites in our care, one of the great benefits of English Heritage membership is free or discounted access to our many Associated Attractions spanning the British Isles and overseas.