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Upcoming events

Revealing Clumber Park's Lost Treasures - The Lincoln

Fri 22 Sep 2017
10:00-17:00
Clumber Park invites you to re-imagine The Lincoln and take in the views of the South side of the Lake as our 'little' Duke and his guests did almost a century ago.

Inspired by Clumber - An exhibition by the Rufford Art Society

Fri 22 Sep 2017
10:00-17:00
An opportunity to view the work of this diverse group of artists

Nordic Walking Group Session

Fri 22 Sep 2017
11:00-12:00
The workout that tones the whole body! Burns 46% more calories than ordinary walking. Great for neck, shoulder and back problems. Easy on the knees and joints. Suitable for all levels / ages. Sociable, safe outdoor exercise.

Saturday Garden Tour

Sat 23 Sep 2017
14:00-14:30
Spend half an hour with one of our volunteer garden guides and find out some amazing facts and secrets about the Walled Kitchen Garden

Trust 10

Sun 24 Sep 2017
09:00-11:00
A free monthly 10k trail run through the woodland paths. See the beauty of the seasons changing. Free, fun, informal, forever and for everyone. Come and Trust10 with us.

Open Water Swimming

Sun 24 Sep 2017
14:00-16:00
If you have ever fancied a dip in the lake on a lovely sunny day, now you can!
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Eating and shopping

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Get involved

Volunteer gardener picking rhubarb

Become a volunteer 

Share your skills, learn something new, meet great people and know you are contributing to the future of a beautiful place.

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Learning

Child pond dipping at Clumber Park

Learning opportunities 

We provide an exciting and stimulating environment for educational activities all year round and offer an excellent resource for curriculum-based work.

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Groups

Group visit at Willow Tree Farm

Organising your group visit 

Pre-book a specialist tour with our experts on a variety of topics and interests.

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History

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Our work

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Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Clumber Park on the National Trust Collections website