Chatsworth House Trust is a registered charity established in 1981 to look after the house and its collections, garden, woodlands, and park for the benefit of everyone. Every penny from tickets sales, Gift Aid, membership, sponsorship, grants and donations goes directly to the Trust to be reinvested in the preservation and improvement of Chatsworth, its learning and outreach programme. 

Located within the Peak District National Park, Chatsworth comprises a Grade I listed house and stables, a 105-acre garden, a 1,822-acre park and a farmyard and adventure playground.  As the home of seventeen generations of the Devonshire family, Chatsworth also houses one of Europe’s most significant private art collections and an extensive archive. 

Chatsworth plays an important role in the local community as a thriving cultural and educational destination, a nationally important historic landscape, and a working estate that operates with a mindful approach to the environment and sustainability.

Annual review

The Chatsworth House Trust annual review highlights the activities undertaken by the team to meet the charitable objectives of the trust. It also serves to illustrate the diverse and exceptional work the organisation undertakes and celebrates successes from the year.

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