Oxford Centre

Staff and volunteers clearing up dead leaves at Basildon Park, Berkshire.

Oxford Centre of the National Trust, founded in 1968, brings together people from the Oxford area with a common interest in seeing and preserving our heritage.

Our activities include coach outings from Oxford, lectures and social events which provide opportunities to make new friends and have new experiences, while raising money for the National Trust.

Properties we support include Nuffield Place, Hughenden, Greys Court and the Coleshill & Buscot Estate.

We hold a monthly series of winter lectures in Oxford between October and March, and in the warmer months we have outings to National Trust properties and other historic houses and gardens, and also to museums, exhibitions and theatres.  We also arrange country walks, lunch and tea parties.

If you would like to be part of our group, we would love to hear from you.


Get in touch

Visit our independent website: http://oxfordcnt.co.uk/ for further information or please email