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An immersive exhibition at the National Trust’s Ickworth in Suffolk is, quite literally, shedding new light on the Italianate house’s architectural and artistic treasures.
National Trust identifies the five insects most commonly threatening collections in its historic properties
For the first time we reveal some of the findings from our annual assessment of the insect pests which can cause irreparable damage to our historic collections.
The National Trust has today (9 January) unveiled one of the UK's biggest woodland expansion and tree planting projects in an ambitious plan to become carbon net zero by 2030 as the charity celebrates its 125th anniversary.
This year’s changeable weather has resulted in an influx of migrant species with mixed fortunes for resident wildlife, says the National Trust.
Sales of second-hand books have almost tripled in two years, according to the National Trust.
This winter, National Trust locations across the country offer the chance for visitors and local communities to join in with orchard wassailing events, which celebrate the seasonal year. The ancient folk custom is on the rise again, following a decline that coincided with the dramatic loss of orchards.
Read our statement about Hinemihi at Clandon Park in Surrey.
An 18th century National Trust farm is at the forefront of trialling the latest robotic technology that could transform the way we farm in the future.
On 1st December, the National Trust launched a social media survey to discover which traditions are losing their sparkle this Christmas.
This year, for the first time, the National Trust’s Sissinghurst Castle Garden will open during winter, allowing visitors to enjoy the architectural structure and pared-back beauty of this celebrated Kent garden at a time when it has traditionally been closed.
Christmas is here, and the National Trust are busy getting in to the festive spirit. Come along to see historic houses decked out for the season in the style of centuries gone by, or stroll through frosty winter gardens covered in sparkling lights and illuminations.
One of the most important books in Welsh history is now being protected by harnessing the power of the very element that has been threatening its future.
On 6th November, senior leaders and representatives from 20 high profile charities, heritage bodies, public and private organisations came together under the shared commitment of securing a sustainable future for their organisations in response to the climate crisis.
The National Trust has announced plans to release Eurasian beavers at two sites in the south of England next spring to help with flood management and to improve biodiversity.
Rare hazel dormice prepare for winter sleep as National Trust asks public to help this endangered species
The National Trust is today calling on people to assist struggling dormice in a bid to boost numbers of the endangered species.
The National Trust’s Anglesey Abbey, near Cambridge, is marking the 21st anniversary of its renowned Winter Garden by embarking on a three-year project to refresh the popular feature.