National Trust and English Heritage & RHS

Share your ideas about the practical side of caring.
I dare say this has been covered before but just a reminder that NT allow carer in free. There is a number in the handbook to get card but I think you can also ask when buying tickets.
Apparently after a quick google EH do the same.
That's handy to know, Henrietta, thank you :)
I also discovered that when I took MIL to Royal Horticultural Society garden, that they let me in for free as I was pushing her wheelchair.

Also, by the way folks, for anyone 'lucky' (!) enough to pay higher rate income tax, one's membership of the NT counts as a charitable donation, so it's tax deductible against higher rate! :)
Thanks- I've amended the title of the thread for those just glancing quickly :D