Peterborough and Stamford Association

Visitors playing in the garden, with the Belmount Tower in the distance at Belton House, Lincolnshire.

Peterborough and Stamford Association was founded in 1979 and has an active membership drawn from areas in Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire, East Northants and Rutland.

Our objectives are to:
  • promote the National Trust locally
  • raise funds for local and national properties
  • enhance our knowledge of the work of the National Trust and more through lectures and outings
We seek to do all this in a sociable and friendly setting, meeting for lectures in Stamford during the winter months, and arranging outings in the summer..
Our affairs are conducted by an active committee of officers and members elected at our AGM in November each year.
We financially support local National Trust places including Woolsthorpe Manor, Belton House, The Priest's House and Lyveden New Bield on a regular basis including other places and activities elsewhere depending on their particular needs. Our members provide volunteer support too.

Get in touch

For more information and to join the Peterborough and Stamford Association, please contact