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New tourism partnership and investment at Florence
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall visited the National Trust’s Florence Court in County Fermanagh. During the visit the Prince heard about a new partnership between the National Trust and Forest Service resulting in new visitor facilities and improved visitor experience at Florence Court
Giant’s Causeway in top ten wonders
A new book by Lonely Planet reveals the top 50 must-see world wonders, including our own Giant's Causeway. The new book aims to explain how the wonders of the world were formed, their history and the remarkable stories behind their existence.
Lake Walk extension at Castle Coole
An extension to the Lake Walk at Castle Coole is now open, enhancing the outdoor experience for walkers. Castle Coole is located on the edge of Enniskillen, and is a favourite spot for local walking enthusiasts.
Sights and sounds of spring
Spring is one of the best times to visit National Trust woodlands. As the days lengthen and winter starts to fade the woodlands come alive in fresh bursts of colour and the cacophony of song birds.
Music to Tweet to
A leading beatboxer has vocally recreated the nation’s best-known songbirds to celebrate the sounds of spring and to encourage people to get outdoors and experience nature first hand. The album of tweet music was commissioned by the National Trust after academic research found that listening to birdsong makes people calmer and boosts positivity .
Giro Hall of Fame at Giant's Causeway
The Giant’s Causeway and the Causeway Hotel today (25 February) hosted legendary cyclist Stephen Roche as he was inducted into the Giro d’Italia Hall of Fame.
Award winning arts partnership
The National Trust in Northern Ireland has picked up an Arts & Business Award for an innovative arts partnership. National Trust and their partners Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) picked up the award on 7 February at a gala ceremony at the Ulster Hall in Belfast.
Environment Minister visits Mount Stewart
The National Trust welcomed Environment Minister Mark H Durkan to Mount Stewart on 29 October 2013 where he was treated to a behind-the-scenes tour of the £7m restoration project which will bring the famous house, on the shores of Strangford Lough, back to its former glory.
Global award for Causeway’s green credentials
The National Trust’s Giant’s Causeway Visitor Centre has picked up a global award which recognises the world famous attraction for its sustainability. This is the first time any tourism project in Northern Ireland has taken the prestigious Skål International “Sustainable Development in Tourism” Award.
The Wild Network
A new movement of more than 300 organisations, including the National Trust, has been launched to kick-start a revolution that will reconnect kids with nature and the outdoors.
Co Armagh cider is a winner in Fine Food Award
Mac Ivors Cider Co. is celebrating winning a prestigious National Trust Fine Farm Produce Award – the first ever award in Northern Ireland. The awards, supported by Freedom Food are now in their eighth year.