Nottingham Centre

Nottingham Centre has recently donated £2,000 to Clumber Park © David Levenson

Nottingham Centre has recently donated £2,000 to Clumber Park

The Nottingham Centre, founded in 1974, is a voluntary group affiliated to the National Trust and currently has 600 members in the Nottingham/Nottinghamshire area.

Our aims are to promote the work of the National Trust locally through a programme of social activities including talks, outings and holidays, making your National Trust membership more enjoyable.

Three National Trust places we support in particular are Clumber Park, Belton House and the Dark Peak.

The centre raises and donates funds to a range of projects at these places. Recently £2,000 was donated to Clumber Park for the restoration and re-planting of trees damaged by snow.

Membership is open to all members of the National Trust, its affiliated organisations, and National Trust volunteers. If you would like to meet people with similar interests in heritage, conservation, gardens and the countryside, we look forward to meeting you.
Get in touch

Find the contact details for Nottingham Centre:

Mrs H Brooks
7 Milton Crescent,


Further information

For further information visit the Nottingham Centre website.