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Dozens of National Trust volunteer rangers have spent three months unearthing an array of wildlife and rare archaeological finds at one of the most ancient sites in the UK.
A colony of one of the UK’s rarest breeding seabirds has had its most successful season in almost 30 years thanks to National Trust rangers who camped out for three months to protect its nesting site.
Saint Agatha will be the highlight of a winter exhibition at the historic former home of the art-collecting Child family. A painting of the early Christian martyr Saint Agatha, by Italian artist Carlo Dolci, has been acquired by the National Trust for Osterley Park and House in Middlesex.
The IPCC has released its latest Special Report on Climate Change and Land. You can read our response here.
Sutton Hoo transformed to offer new ways to experience the story of Anglo-Saxon King and his ship burial
New displays, exhibitions and immersive experiences tell the complete story of the spectacular archaeological discovery of an Anglo-Saxon ship burial and its importance.
The very best farm food producers have been recognised at the National Trust’s annual Fine Farm Produce Awards, presented at BBC Countryfile Live at Blenheim Palace.
Young environmentalists join National Trust in direct appeal to new Environment Secretary: ‘Act now before it’s too late’
The head of the National Trust is today joined by young environmentalists in making a direct appeal to the incoming Environment Secretary to set up an independent watchdog to protect the natural world for future generations.
A new study has shown that our language for the natural world is being lost, especially among younger generations. To help children re-connect with nature, the National Trust is today launching an updated version of its 50 Things to do before you’re 11 ¾ initiative - 50 free and easy ideas to help kids explore the great outdoors.
Summer is here, and National Trust is making the most of it by hosting outdoors music, cinema and theatre performances at its beautiful historic properties.
The National Trust and International Garden Photographer of the Year (IGPOTY) have partnered to offer a new award, the Sissinghurst Photographic Award, dedicated to images of Sissinghurst Castle Garden.
The National Trust’s Box Hill has beaten the winding French Alpine passes to be crowned the most popular cycling hill climb in the world, according to exercise app Strava.
The National Trust is replacing heavy machinery with a 17th-century technique of using shire horses to cut rare hay meadows in the heart of the capital.
Celebrated contemporary artist Bob and Roberta Smith has created a new artwork for the National Trust which was displayed under the Tolpuddle Martyrs’ Tree in Dorset.
Part of an 1,800 year-old glass fish, the only one of its type ever discovered in Britain, has been discovered at the National Trust’s Chedworth Roman Villa in Gloucestershire.
This summer visitors to The Workhouse in Southwell, Nottinghamshire, will for the first time be able to see inside the infirmary that served the inhabitants.
A new art trail in the Peak District created by Jarvis Cocker follows in the footsteps of some of those who took part in the mass trespass onto Kinder Scout in 1932.
Hay meadows that were among Beatrix Potter’s favourite beauty spots and provided the inspiration for some of her much-loved characters have been restored to their former glory thanks to a 25-year National Trust project.