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Support Otley Museum


Otley Museum is a registered charity. We hope you like what we are doing to preserve this collection for future generations interested in Otley and the surrounding areas. All donations, however small, are very valuable to the Museum. If we can claim Gift Aid, they become 25% more valuable.


You can donate at any time in the following ways:

By Cheque

Please make your cheque payable to Otley Museum and Archive Trust and send it to:
The Treasurer, Otley Museum, Wellcroft House, Crow Lane, Otley LS21 1TZ


Please send your payment to Otley Museum and Archive Trust:

Virgin Money
Sort Code: 05-06-61
Account Number: 32394972
Please include your name as the reference.

Gift Aid

Are you a UK taxpayer? As we are a registered charity, your donation qualifies as a charitable donation. You can Gift Aid your donation and Otley Museum and Archive Trust receives an extra 25% from the Government. If you are a higher-rate taxpayer, you can also claim additional tax relief on your donation. Please download the Gift Aid form using the button below and return it to Otley Museum and Archive, Wellcroft House, Crow Lane, Otley LS21 3TZ

Friends Scheme

Friends Scheme

You can become a Friend of Otley Museum for £10 per annum (£5 for Retired / Unwaged / Student) or £20 for Group/Corporate. Download the subscription form using the button below.

old sepia photo of a crowded bandstand in Wharfemeadows, Otley, Circa 1925

Otley Wharfemeadows Bandstand, c1925.


Leaving a gift in your will

Each and every gift will help us to maintain a high standard of care and conservation of the collection and maybe one day to be able to rehouse the collection in new premises. If you have any questions, please get in touch.

black and white photograph of a Ledgard bus in Bondgate, Otley

Ledgard bus, Bondgate, Otley


Otley Museum and Archive Trust is a volunteer-led charity. If you would be interested in offering some time to help conserve and promote the Museum’s collection, please do get in touch.

volunteers from Otley Museum with a museum display