Raising the Funds


Raising the funds to create the future for Poltimore House is a huge challenge.

Poltimore House receives no government funds. We are an independent volunteer Trust and we have to raise every penny to keep our project alive.

We raise funds through our events and open days on site, all run by volunteers.            

How you can help: come and enjoy a day out with us, and join the Poltimore volunteers and help us to offer even more events and to open even more often.

We raise funds through generous supporters and donors, through our many regular givers who often can add Gift Aid to their contributions.  

How you can help: join our supporters and become a regular donor.

We are supported through grant-giving bodies and foundations, including major heritage bodies including English Heritage, Heritage Lottery Fund and the Architectural Heritage Fund.  

How you can help: we need help and support to develop grant and funding applications. If you have those skills and experience, please join our grant-raising team.


Make an online donation using Paypal (on the right of this page)

Send an email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to ask for a regular donor pack

Or send a cheque made out to The Poltimore House Trust, to Poltimore House, Poltimore, Exeter, EX4 0AU. Please give your name, address and postcode, and please mark your envelope: Poltimore Revival Fund.

Thank you very much for supporting Poltimore House. Your gift will help us to repair Poltimore House and bring it back to valuable and useful use in the future.



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Events and Visiting

We are looking forward to welcoming you to our many open days and events in 2016. See Events 

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