About NTAB

We are a voluntary association, founded in 1997, of National Trust members and supporters living in Belgium. Our aim is to promote the work of the National Trust, as well as to organize social activities that make membership of the Trust more enjoyable for members living outside the United Kingdom.

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Donations to the National Trust

Each year we reserve a major part of our financial surplus for a donation to NT properties in Britain. We select the most suitable beneficiaries bearing in mind that we aim to give substantial exposure to our association and to support projects, preferably with a Belgian connection, for which we can see a tangible result.

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Jan Grauls

News from the chairman

In support of National Trust,

the charity that cares for over 500 places, for everyone, for ever.

Our local Belgian NT supporter group has a twofold purpose: to locally promote the work of the National Trust, as well as to organize activities in Belgium that make the membership of the Trust more enjoyable for members living outside the United Kingdom. The National Trust Association Belgium (NTAB) - or ‘Association of National Trust members and supporters living in Belgium’, its official name - has been in existence since 1997. Up and until today it has been a vibrant organization thanks to the enthusiasm of its membership and the commitment of its Committees members, all volunteers.

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Upcoming events

Lincolnshire UK-trip

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10 June 2024

Our UK trip will be to Lincolnshire from 10-15 June. The trip is fully booked.

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Hainaut, vintage cars and an elegant château

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14 September 2024

The vintage car collection of the Belgian Mahy family - 1100 cars from 1895 onwards - is one of the most complete collections of car history in the world. The Château d'Attre is an authentic witness of the 18th century in Belgium.

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Saint-Omer and La Coupole (F)

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05 October 2024

The city of Sint-Omer has a rich heritage with Flemish roots. In 1678, Louis XIV conquered the city and annexed the Artois region to France. In 1943, the Nazis built a large concrete base (La Coupole) near the city for launching V2 rockets against London.

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