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Plan your summer adventures with National Trust
The schools are out, the sun is out, and it’s time for outdoor explorers to be out and about with the National Trust. Enjoy fun-sized adventures for children of all ages with the charity’s kaleidoscope of kites, butterflies, bugs and sea creatures.
National Trust to survey its coastal wildlife
This summer, hundreds of wildlife lovers and nature experts will help the National Trust to carry out its largest ever survey of coastal wildlife as part of the conservation charity’s year-long celebrations of the coast.
#lovethecoast with National Trust
The National Trust in Northern Ireland is inviting everyone to get outdoors, enjoy and celebrate our wonderful coastline to mark the 50th anniversary of their Neptune Coastline Campaign.
Irish yew creates sea monster at Mount Stewart
The intricate yew topiary at Mount Stewart has delighted visitors for decades and now we have installed a new piece to rival them all. The fourteen foot high sea creature from Celtic mythology known as a Fomorian was created by local artist Terry Dorrian.
Royal visit marks reopening of Mount Stewart
Their Royal Highnesses the Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited one of Northern Ireland’s most famous houses and gardens today as they marked the official reopening of Mount Stewart, following an £8m restoration project by the National Trust.
Giant’s Spotted at Portstewart Strand
Giant footprints were discovered at Portstewart Strand recently, heading in the direction of the Giant's Causeway
Mount Stewart Celebrates Completion of £8m Project
Mount Stewart, on the shores of Strangford Lough, today celebrated the completion of a three year, £8million restoration project to bring the famous house back to its former glory.
Biomass boiler donated to Florence Court
Thanks to a donation from Future Renewables to conservation charity, the National Trust, Florence Court recently installed a biomass boiler donated by the Fermanagh renewable energy company.
Giant’s Causeway Recognised in World Top 20
The Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland’s only World Heritage Site, has been ranked one of the planet’s most scenic world heritage places.
Mount Stewart reunited with its historic demesne
Mount Stewart’s world famous house and gardens are set to be reunited with their historic demesne after more than 50 years.