‘Help a Nottinghamshire Child’ is a fundraising campaign which raises money to enable the National Centre for Citizenship and the Law (NCCL) to deliver educational programmes to young people in Nottinghamshire, aiming to keep kids away from crime and out of prison. These crime prevention activities take place at the City of Caves sister attraction, the Galleries of Justice Museum.
The National Centre for Citizenship and the Law, the Galleries of Justice Museum and the City of Caves are trading names of the Egalitarian Trust, registered charity: 1030554
The City of Caves with its subject matter of citizens’ working practices in the medieval period educates the public in an understanding of the law and its historical context.
Our visitor attraction also covers the Second World War and visitors gain an awareness of the threat to civil liberties experienced at that time.
Please fill out a gift aid form on purchase of your ticket when you visit us, and help to support our charity.
Completion of a gift aid form will allow you a 12 months free pass to visit the attraction where the ticket was purchased*
*T&C’s apply: Subject to availability, not to be used in conjunction with any other offer, includes day tours only, does not include special tours, to be used only by the person who signed the gift aid form, identification may be requested.
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