Caring for Tyntesfield since 2002
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The Tyntesfield estate includes an incredible range of buildings, gardens and habitats that were in need of conservation. From the Home Farm and stables to the walled gardens and woodland.
Work is continuing on the conservation of the Orangery in the walled gardens. This project involves students from City of Bath College who are working with Nimbus Conservation to save this incredible gem.
Falling in love with Tyntesfield
Mary Greenacre talks about the time immediately after Lord Wraxall passed away in 2001, when the National Trust had to decide whether or not to try and save Tyntesfield for the nation.
Projects to engage our local community
We asked for contractors involved in our projects to give opportunities to apprentices duing their work her...
A chance to learn
Our learning team involved thousands of learners in unique opportunities during the project work.
We set up a fully-equipped oral history project to record and share people's memories of Tyntesfield.