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The iconic National Trust omega sign from the summit of Pen y Fan is to be auctioned to help raise awareness of the Brecon Beacons appeal. The star of thousands of triumphant selfies, the sign signifies many special moments and now there's a chance for someone to own a piece of Welsh mountain history.
Isla shares how the outdoors rehabilitated her body and soul with Jamie Roberts for National Trust awareness campaign.
Personal trainer who runs Monmouthshire mountains most weeks has been revealed as one of six National Trust Wales nature ambassadors to inspire more people to spend time outdoors.
Today, (22 August) National Trust Wales has revealed two of its six nature ambassadors ahead of the Bank Holiday to encourage more people to spend time outdoors – two women who found a new lease of life along the Wales Coast Path.
What’s the story behind the 400,000 sunflowers near Worms Head in Rhossili?
Follow young farmer, Teleri Fielden's journey as she learns the ropes during her first year managing a challenging upland farm in Snowdonia.
Find out why we're recording the Manx shearwater population on Middleholm Island and what the monitoring work involves.
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