Making your retirement work for you

The NHS Retirement Fellowship provides friendship, fellowship and fun to retired NHS and social care staff and their friends and families, along with access to a great range of discounts and benefits. Join us to make new friends, rediscover past friendships and socialise with like minded people in one of our many branches. Alternatively you could become a National member to be kept informed of our activities and to take advantage of the discounts and benefits, without attending branch meetings.

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Life with the NHS Retirement Fellowship

New for 2020 IOW Tours offers 3 Holidays for NHSRF Members

From 2020, IOW Tours are offering escorted coach holidays for the NHS Retirement Fellowship. IOW Tours is an established holiday company with over 30 years of experience providing holidays for groups by coach, events for organisations, delivering weekends to be remembered, arranging bowls tours and dancing holidays and much more besides. See our Holidays and Short Breaks page under the Get Social heading above

Latest news and events


NHS Retirement Fellowship Annual Overseas Holiday is back for 2020!!

SEE BELOW FOR DETAILS OF THE FELLOWSHIP’S ANNUAL OVERSEAS HOLIDAY  FOR 2020 – VISITING PORTUGAL NEWMARKET HOLIDAYS HIDDEN PORTUGAL Call to book on 0330 160 7759 quoting NRF and speak to Jackie or Kaycee. 27th September 2020 8 days from £737 per person (Single supplements apply) Flying from: Birmingham, London Gatwick, London Luton, London Stansted, […]


2020 Members’ Days

Members’ Days are an opportunity for our members get to meet with staff from Central Office and Regional Representatives to hear more about the Fellowship’s Plans and to discuss topics of interest. They are open to both Branch and Postal Members

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Make the most of your retirement

Join a local branch or become a postal member

Benefits of membership

Whatever your interests, the NHSRF can help to make your retirement work for you

Member stories

Isobel represents the Fellowship

NHS Retirement Fellowship member, Isobel Tough, was featured in the national and local press in Scotland as part of the joint celebrations for the 70th Anniversary of the start of the NHS and the 40th Anniversary of the founding of the NHS Retirement Fellowship.