The clock has gone back to 1939 at Upton House where you can discover what life was like when the historic mansion was a wartime bank. To mark seventy years since the end of the Second World War, staff and volunteers have presented a compelling picture of what life was like at the Upton House bank.
A rare surviving example of a traditional Arts and Crafts family home, Stoneywell in Leicestershire, opens its doors on 2 February 2015 for seven days a week until 30 November.
Find out how you can book your visit to get an insight into a pivotal moment in Britain’s art and design history and an intimate portrait of domestic life.
Efforts to conserve rare and traditional varieties of rhubarb and apples grown at Clumber Park in Nottinghamshire have been rewarded. The collections, cared for by Clumber Park’s dedicated garden team, have been given national recognition by plant conservation charity Plant Heritage.
In a cave in the Dovedale valley an amazing hoard of Late Iron Age and Roman coins have been unearthed by National Trust archaeologists and the MOD's Operation Nightingale. It's the first time such finds are thought to have been found in a cave in Britain.