Upton House


The Rugby National Trust Association was founded in 1987 and currently has approximately 350 members

What We Do: -

  • Publicize and Promote the work of the National Trust

  • Arrange Talks and Visits for the enjoyment of our members

  • Raise funds to Enhance Garden and In-House Features at National Trust Properties

Free "Welcome Back" Open Rugby National Trust Meeting


Thursday 7th October 2021                                          2.30pm Dunchurch Village Hall

Open to all  -  Admittance Free

A chance to find out about Rugby National Trust Association, enquire about membership and enjoy a talk. (See: Talks and Meetings)

The meeting will include a question and answer session about the work, activities and the future of Rugby National Trust Association.



Please note that we shall be taking all necessary precautions at our talks and meetings at Dunchurch Village Hall to keep everyone safe, in terms of Social Distancing, ventilation and hand sanitiser, and would ask members to wear face masks until the danger from the virus recedes

to a much lower level


We should also like to hear from you about how you feel about the provision of refreshments, either at our discussion session at the October 7th meeting, or directly by email or phone to a Committee member


National Trust properties within easy reach from Rugby 


What's happening at Rugby National Trust Association

We hold regular meetings throughout the winter months with talks on a variety of subjects selected to be of interest to National Trust members.

Throughout the summer months visits and guided walks are arranged for members.  Travel is either by coach or car depending upon location.

The bi-annual newsletter provides details of planned events for the coming year plus items of general interest.

Our committee members and contact details.

National Trust members are welcome to join the Rugby Association and enjoy a variety of events in a friendly and welcoming atmosphere.