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Never before seen watercolours from family of “the father of photography” Henry Fox Talbot go on display for the first time
Nearly 1,000 watercolours previously kept in storage are now available for study online thanks to new project at Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire
Eurasian beavers released by the National Trust as part of a river restoration project have built what is believed to be the first beaver dam on Exmoor for over 400 years.
Read our reaction to a speech on the path to sustainable farming made by George Eustice, the Secretary of State for the Environment & Rural Affairs, Monday 30 November 2020.
Read our reaction to the Government's Spending Review, Wednesday 25 November 2020.
Environmental charities have joined broadcaster and writer Monty Don in writing an open letter to the government calling for a ban on peat in compost in the next five years after new figures showed it would take decades to phase out at the current rate.
The National Trust is attempting to save one of England’s rarest ancient lichens by removing it from a fallen veteran oak tree in the Lake District and transferring it to dozens of nearby trees.
Comment from National Trust in response to Government's Ten Point Plan for Green Industrial Revolution for 250,000 jobs
We respond to the Government's Ten Point Plan for Green Industrial Revolution for 250,000 jobs - 18 November 2020
A grey seal colony on the east coast of England is expanding at such a rate that rangers are having to change the way they count the new-born pups.
Our response to more details about the Government's ten point plan to drive the UK's green ambitions
Read our response as more details are revealed about the Prime Minister's ten point plan to drive the UK's green ambitions
National Trust launches new Zoom backdrops to bring history and beauty to virtual meetings and catch ups
The National Trust has released a new series of six free downloadable backgrounds for use on virtual meetings and calls, inspired by the historic libraries and offices in its care.
The Agricultural Bill received its Royal Assent in Parliament today - 11 November 2020. Read our reaction.
A month after the National Trust announced the devastation being caused by an acceleration of ash dieback across its woods, the conservation charity has issued a set of exclusive images and film footage highlighting the impact of the disease.
National Trust to stay open for local access to parks, gardens, countryside and other outdoor sites during lockdown in England
The National Trust will do everything it can to keep its gates open to give people access to green space, nature and fresh air, says Director General, while it's houses, shops and holiday accommodation is to close.
Jelly ear, devil’s fingers and powdercap strangler are among the spookiest fungi found in the UK, according to a list released today by the National Trust in time for Halloween.
The National Trust is warning of the dangers of ocean waste after an Atlantic grey seal was photographed at a remote breeding ground with fishing debris caught around its neck.
National Trust reduces compulsory job losses following consultation and vows to ‘grow back stronger’ after coronavirus crisis
The National Trust has today confirmed it has been able to halve the number of compulsory job losses following the biggest redundancy consultation in its 125-year history as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
The sunny spell towards the end of September together with six months of high levels of sunshine have boosted the chances of a ‘spectacular and prolonged’ autumn display of colour, according to experts at the National Trust.
Historic trees and woodland which provided inspiration for the likes of Beatrix Potter and John Constable face extinction due to a surge in ash dieback driven in part by the climate crisis, the National Trust has warned.