News archive - September 2013
Read the news stories that were breaking in September 2013:
A record number of more than 70,000 people are now volunteering for us in a huge range of roles.
A remarkable Pre-Raphaelite wall painting has been uncovered at Red House, the former home of William Morris.
Our research highlights more than ever that community owned renewables deliver social benefits as well as economic and environmental ones.
Our London Project stirs debate on ‘what is heritage’ as the Big Brother House opens to the public as 'National Trust'.
A young farmer from Wales begins her Llyndy Isaf scholarship in the home of the red dragon.
The Giant’s Causeway visitor centre at Northern Ireland’s only World Heritage Site has been shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize, one of the most coveted awards for architectural excellence.
We've won the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Client of the Year Award 2013.
Forty-two products from 27 producers from across England, Wales and Northern Ireland are celebrating winning a prestigious National Trust Fine Farm Produce Award this year.