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National Lottery funding to help repair Seaton Delaval Hall and put the drama back into Northumberland’s most flamboyant ‘party’ house
Seaton Delaval Hall, the 18th century former home of the theatrical Delaval family, is set to enter a new chapter in its life thanks to National Lottery players across the UK.
The National Trust today announces it will phase out selling single use plastics at its places by 2022.
The National Trust has agreed to remove modern ground rent (MGR) for most of its long leaseholders.
One of Britain’s most endangered birds has bounced back from the brink at a nature reserve transformed by the National Trust.
Powis Castle unveils its ‘House of Portraits’ exhibition and invites visitors to uncover the secrets hidden within its world-class portrait collection
National Trust exhibition celebrates the women’s suffrage anniversary in partnership with National Portrait Gallery
Women and Power: National Trust shines a light on women’s histories to celebrate the anniversary of female suffrage in 2018
The long struggle for women’s suffrage and the debates it inspired across the homes, workplaces and communities of England, Wales and Northern Ireland will be explored in 2018 as part of the National Trust’s commemoration to mark 100 years since the passing of the Representation of the People Act.
We have responded to enquiries about our recent Pay Review announcements.
From Saturday 10 March, a powerful new exhibition will mark 100 years since the end of the First World War.
Charity launches new £10 junior membership to attract next generation of heritage and countryside lovers
We've launched a new £10 Junior membership to inspire the next generation of heritage and countryside lovers.
Our statement in response to INEOS and fracking.
The National Trust is embarking on essential footpath repair work in the Brecon Beacons ahead of what it predicts will be the busiest tourist season ever
A fungus previously unknown to world science has been discovered on land looked after by the National Trust.
Historic England, the National Trust and English Heritage welcome the work done by Highways England on the design of the proposed A303 road at Stonehenge.
National Trust announces 50p a month average increase in membership prices to help fund rising conservation costs
We've announced an increase in membership prices, to help fund rising conservation costs.
After the Great War came the greatest of gifts. Scafell Pike and 12 other Lakeland summits were given to the National Trust in the years after peace was declared, becoming Britain’s most spectacular and unique memorial to those lost in World War One.
The High Brown Fritillary, the UK’s most endangered butterfly, has been thrown a lifeline for 2018 in a new conservation project by the National Trust and partners.
New exhibition of major works celebrates William Blake’s relationship with Sussex for the first time at Petworth
Some of William Blake’s greatest works from poetry to painting will be displayed at Petworth in West Sussex, including paintings commissioned by the Wyndham family, and rare hand-coloured etchings of Blake’s illustrated epic poem Milton.