THOMAS ARNOLD LECTURE: PETER NIXON, NATIONAL TRUST
LOVE LAND AND NATURE, WHY YOUR LIFE DEPENDS ON IT
Peter Nixon is a director of the National Trust with an overview of all the Trust’s land, nature, landscape and related buildings throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
This includes 250,000 ha of land and over 740 miles of coastline together receiving more than 200 million visits a year, over 1500 lettings of farms and farmland, and 28,000 buildings including 5000 houses and cottages. Peter is a trustee of Harper Adams University, a non-executive board director of Forest Holidays LLP, and a council member of the Royal Agricultural Society of England and of the Country Land and Business Association. He is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and a Fellow of Royal Agricultural Societies.
He is married to Christine, with two daughters. All have a love of the great outdoors.
Although this event is free, booking is essential to secure a place. Please contact Jenni Blair 01985 210101 if you wish to attend. We recommend an early response; tickets issued on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.