Somerset is home to parks, woodlands, gardens and coast. These walks are great all year round, but heading out on a walk in spring is a marvellous way to see the landscapes waking up for a new year and filling up with colour.
The South West is home to many species of wildlife. There are all sorts of ways to get involved with finding and admiring the nature that calls these places home. Here's just a few ways of getting involved to get you started.
When nature and wildlife can move freely between habitats, they flourish. Without this freedom, they suffer. Our coastal ambition is to join up the coastline, working with partners to make a link around the coast so wildlife can prosper and people can access it.
Run 10k for free at Tyntesfield
Tyntesfield has a pay & display car park. £5 per vehicle. Charge applies to all non-member runners.
National Trust members with in date car sticker park free.
We love talking to our supporters, after all we wouldn't be here without you. Join our communities where we talk about coast, countryside, caring for houses, gardens & woods in the South West (and the odd slice of cake).
Following The Charity Commission’s Direction the National Trust (in common with all charities) must give public notice of disposals of leases and easements of inalienable land held for charitable purposes for a term of more than 35 years.
When nature and wildlife can move freely between habitats, they flourish. Without this freedom, they suffer. Our coastal ambition is to join up the coastline, working with partners to make a link around the coast so wildlife can prosper.
If you're looking for somewhere to stay on your next break to the South West, we've got lots to choose from.
There are cabins by the sea, cosy cottages in the hills, manor houses and even a lighthouse or two.