Follow the history of our places with Land Map

The gorse-covered cliff-land at Dinas Oleu, our very first acquisition

Land Map is a mapping tool which shows how we've increased the number of places we look after over time. This tool allows you to see our places as they came into our care. Find the ones closest to you and learn about their histories.

Land Map is a mapping tool which shows how we've increased the number of places we look after over time. This tool allows you to see our places as they came into our care, find the ones closest to you and learn about their histories.

There are two elements covered by Land Map: land history and war memorials.

The land history layer shows the actual area of acquisitions in 20-year bands, showing its growth since 1895. It gives details of what each acquisition is, hectarage bought, when, from whom and how it was funded.

The war memorials layer gives details and the story behind the circa 170 memorials on Trust land and a further 140 memorials which are connected with our places, the donor families or estate workers.

Getting started

To use the Land Map just follow the link below and enter a post code, town or the name of a Trust property. Tick or un-tick the boxes in the left hand panel to hide or reveal properties and memorials.