Millions of people have visited Tatton Park since it was bequeathed to charity by Maurice Egerton in 1958, the last in line of a family who lived here for over three hundred years. Many people have been coming here since they were children and in turn have brought their own children and grandchildren to enjoy this special place. For them, Tatton Park has always been part of their life.
Tatton Park is many things: a wildlife sanctuary; a home for ancient deer and rare breed farm animals; an architectural gem; an important museum with fine collections of artworks, books and furniture; acres of wonderful gardens and picturesque parkland for safe escape and quiet reflection in nature.
Maintaining, conserving and developing this heritage is challenging and costly and some projects are unable to proceed for lack of funds. The Trust actively seeks support from foundations, businesses and other charitable bodies every year. Private donations from visitors can also make a meaningful difference.
To help with our current projects please donate here. Alternatively, if you would like to make a general donation, please donate below, to help support vital conservation, restoration and education work.
The Tatton Park Charitable Trust can claim gift aid on your donation, which means the government will
give us an extra 25p for every £1 you donate. It won’t cost you any more, but will mean everything to us. All you need to do is tick the box below:
By ticking the box and selecting 'Yes', you are agreeing to the following statement: I am a UK taxpayer and understand that if I pay less Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax than the amount of Gift Aid claimed on all my donations in that tax year, it is my responsibility to pay any difference. Gift Aid can only be claimed on donations or animal adoption subscriptions purchased by you from the Tatton Park Charitable Trust