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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.
The final count is in and National Trust rangers have confirmed it’s a record-breaking year for the number of seal pups born this winter.
A group of more than 100 farmers with a new vision for the future of British agriculture is launching the Nature Friendly Farming Network (NFFN) at the Real Farming Conference in Oxford.
Traditional British seasons were plunged into chaos in 2017 as one of the hottest years on record sparked a “freak” year for nature, the National Trust’s annual wildlife and weather review reveals.
Our rangers on the Farne Islands have been using a drone to help them record the second ever highest number of seal pups on the archipelago.
There’s nothing better on a crisp winter’s day than venturing outdoors to explore frosty landscapes and spot winter wildlife.
Report outlines costs for agricultural policy that gives more funding for nature, and rewards farmers for protecting the environment
The RSPB, National Trust and The Wildlife Trusts have released a new report which details the funding required to meet the UK’s priorities for environmental land management, and how a new system should reward farmers for protecting the environment.
The National Trust has named Hilary McGrady as its new Director-General.
A drawing thought to have been scratched by a young Isaac Newton into the walls of his childhood home has been discovered at the National Trust’s Woolsthorpe Manor in Lincolnshire.
Allies and Morrison wins international design competition to restore, reimagine and rebuild Clandon Park
Following an international design competition which attracted 60 entries from some of the world’s leading designers, architects Allies and Morrison have been chosen to bring Clandon Park back to life after a devastating fire in 2015.
This autumn may be the best chance to see some of the UK's most elusive birds, say National Trust experts.
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.