National Trust Membership

I don't know if this has been mentioned previously but anyone taking out National Trust membership can get it cheaper by joining the Scottish National Trust which has a reciprocal agreement with the National Trust in England.

It could also be a Moneysaving Moral Dilemma whether to do this or not :D
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  • gardner1
    gardner1 Posts: 3,154 Forumite
    I don't know if this has been mentioned previously but anyone taking out National Trust membership can get it cheaper by joining the Scottish National Trust which has a reciprocal agreement with the National Trust in England.

    It could also be a Moneysaving Moral Dilemma whether to do this or not :D

    Or if really cheeky join the NZ national trust
  • Quentin
    Quentin Posts: 40,405 Forumite
    Nothing cheeky about using the reciprocal arrangements with the heritage NZ.

    That gives you admission to NT of England, Scotland AND English Heritage too
  • macman
    macman Posts: 53,088 Forumite
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    The only downside is that you don't get the parking permit which comes with the English NT sub.
    No free lunch, and no free laptop ;)
  • Quentin
    Quentin Posts: 40,405 Forumite
    Wherever there is no parking charges for nt members or eh members there's no parking charges for heritage NZ members either
  • knightstyle
    knightstyle Posts: 6,988 Forumite
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    Sorry Quentin that is not true.
    You are charged £5 for parking at Clumber Park if you are members of Heritage NZ.
    I believe other NT properties also charge.
  • roddydogs
    roddydogs Posts: 7,478 Forumite
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    The old threads are the best!
  • Quentin
    Quentin Posts: 40,405 Forumite
    edited 24 July 2017 at 8:06PM
    Sorry Quentin that is not true.
    You are charged £5 for parking at Clumber Park if you are members of Heritage NZ.
    I believe other NT properties also charge.

    No. They don't charge affiliated members.


    You only pay at those properties where everyone pays including NT members.
  • roddydogs
    roddydogs Posts: 7,478 Forumite
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    No what?...........
  • roddydogs
    roddydogs Posts: 7,478 Forumite
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    NZ website says "does not include parking"
  • macman
    macman Posts: 53,088 Forumite
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    I was referring to NT sites where there is open access: eg country parks etc, rather than properties. These often charge for the use of the car park, and by displaying a valid window sticker, you are exempted from these charges.
    No free lunch, and no free laptop ;)
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