From magnificent houses and mighty castles, to stunning coastline and dramatic landscapes, there’s plenty to explore in the North West.
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A tower of scones...
We’ve racked up some pretty amazing culinary statistics in the North West this year.
Between us, we’ve eaten 200,000 scones (that’s enough to build a tower 4 feet square and 450 feet high!) and drank enough tea and coffee to fill a swimming pool. What else have we eaten and more importantly, what can you enjoy this autumn?
Join the Great British Walk
Corridors and ancient privys...
In praise of corridors and ancient privys: we're exploring the unsung architecture of our places in the North West.
In the footsteps of literary stars...
The history of books, writers and literature is woven into the Cumbrian and Lakes landscape, but not many people know just how many literary threads are linked to the Trust.
Take a break. Just here...
At Bickerton Hill we’re working to restore the lowland heath - it's one of the world’s rarest and most endangered landscapes.
Apples, roses and the scent of burnt sugar - variety is the spice of life in our autumn gardens.