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National Trust retirement and death benefit scheme

Visitors enjoying a cup of tea in the garden at Chartwell, Kent
Visitors enjoying a cup of tea in the garden at Chartwell, Kent | © National Trust Images/Stuart Cox

The National Trust has a pension scheme for employees run by the Scheme’s Trustees, who are responsible for developing its ‘funding plan’ and agreeing it with the National Trust. The plan aims to make sure there is enough money in the Scheme to pay for pensions now and in the future.

About the Scheme

Visitors in the garden in June at Godolphin, Cornwall
Visitors walking through the summer garden at Godolphin | © National Trust Images/James Dobson

Frequently asked questions

Finding out more

It is important that you are aware of what Scheme membership offers, and if you would like to know more, or if you have any questions, please contact us.

If you’d like copies of the following information relating to your pension, please download using the links or get in touch with the pensions team by emailing us on the link below.

Contact us


For more information, email the pensions team.

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