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Formerly owned by the family that founded the Shell oil company, Upton House, in Warwickshire has made the switch from oil to a renewable energy heating system.
The results of our 2016 Valentine's Day flower count are in and there's a 63 per cent increase in plants blooming this year.
We kick off our celebrations of the 300th anniversary of ‘Capability’ Brown, one of the world’s most famous landscape designers with our Director-General Dame Helen Ghosh planting a tree at one of his most significant landscapes.
Multi-million pound joint investment with Sport England will see 10 new cycle trails built at our places.
The Vyne welcomes back one of its most precious attractions following months of conservation. The chapel's exquisite Tudor stained glass has been recently restored.
We’re to become the new guardians of an internationally important collection of cider apples, helping to secure its future and save rare varieties being lost forever.
We have ambitious plans to rebuild Clandon Park which will honour its rich history, but also create vibrant, modern spaces to breathe new life into the house.
One of our successful pilot projects launched with Good Energy in 2013, has been officially opened in Croft Castle in Hertfordshire.
Our weather’s highs and lows challenge our wildlife. Look back at some of 2015’s wildlife winners and losers.
Storm Desmond affected many of our Lake District places over the weekend of 5 and 6 December. We've assessed the damage and started a major clean-up operation.
We’re excited to announce the renewal of our partnership with green energy company Good Energy for a further two years.
Most of our places in the Lake District were closed on Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 December, due to the severe flooding caused by Storm Desmond.
The Surrey Fire and Rescue Service has published its report into the cause of the devastating Clandon Park fire.
Our latest Forecast Changeable report shows how climate change is a growing conservation challenge to our land, collections, houses and gardens.
Our 2015 Shifting shores report, calls for a bold and imaginative approach to coastline management.