Ref NoD8293/UL
TitleThe National Trust
Extent2 boxes (13 bundles)
Administrative HistoryThe National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty was founded in January 1895 by Octavia Hill, Sir Robert Hunter and Hardwicke Ranslwey. In 1907, the National Trust Act gave the charity the status of a statutory corporation, with further powers granted under the National Trust Act of 1937.
Custodial HistoryThese records were deposited by The National Trust in November 2019.
CreatorThe National Trust
DescriptionThis collection is currently unlisted. Accession, Nov 2019: Deeds relating to Park Hall Moors
FindingAidsFor other records deposited by The National Trust, including in relation to property acquisitions, see D51: Deeds to Fullwood and Harrop Farms, Hope D1085: Deeds for Crookstone, Hope 1768-1800 and property in Thorpe and Newton Grange 1752-1901 D2605: correspondence, articles and newscuttings relating to the acquisition Dovedale, collected by FA Holmes of Darley Dale, environmentalist and campaigner D2856: Deeds relating to Hayfield and Glossop, 1660-1663 D3384: published material and other items relating to the acquisition of Calke Abbey D3599: Papers relating to the Brooks family of Wirksworth See also D7534: material relating to the Moor Memories Project, of which The National Trust was an active partner D8128: minutes of the South Derbyshire Members’ Centre of The National Trust, 1973-1979
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Organisation TypeOrganisations - Charities and Assistance
Sub-GroupBuilt environment charities
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