North Cornwall Association

Visitors looking over the house at Lanhydrock, Cornwall.

The North Cornwall Association organises for its membership a year round programme of events which, as well as a series of talks and excursions to places of interest, includes theatre trips, concerts, barbeques and countryside walks.

Who are we

The Association was founded in 1988 to support the work of the National Trust and raise funds to donate to various local Trust properties. Our aim is to make membership more enjoyable through a programme of local events and social activities.

The NCNTA welcomes everybody. You do not have to be a member of the National Trust to attend our events and become a member of NCNTA.

The Association is independent of the National Trust and our affairs are organised by a committee which is elected at our Annual General Meeting held in January of each year.

What do we do

Every year we organise and deliver a programme of ten events. There are afternoon and evening talks on a variety of interesting subjects presented by some amazing and knowledgeable speakers. We meet for visits to historic houses, museums and theatres. In addition, we organise barbeques and lunches.

The NCNTA keeps in touch with its members through a quarterly newsletter.
Please see the NCNTA Programme of events for 2018 (PDF / 0.0966796875MB) download . For more information and tickets, please contact Eileen Treby on 01208 369684 or eileentreby @talktalk.net

Get in touch

For more information and to join the North Cornwall National Trust Association, please contact Mrs Fiona Lunt on 01208 869126 or timfilunt@btinternet.com