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Rangers at the National Trust’s Blakeney National Nature Reserve in Norfolk have confirmed that this year’s grey seal pups have surpassed 3,000 for the first time.
From the extraordinary story of an Anglo-Saxon king and his treasures to the poignant memories of 1980s inhabitants at a historic workhouse, the National Trust has launched a programme of heritage events, art exhibitions and new experiences as part of its cultural offer for 2019.
Our response to the clauses for the proposed Environment Bill published by the Government.
Atlantic grey seal pup numbers on the Farne Islands have reached a record high thanks to a good supply of food and lack of predators.
The National Trust has withdrawn legal opposition to seismic surveys being carried out at Clumber Park – but will continue the fight against fracking at the site.
Fluctuating extreme temperatures ranging from an arctic -14 degrees centigrade, to a sizzling +35 have resulted in a roller-coaster year for wildlife, says the National Trust.
Rare 2000 year old figurine among finds of an archaeological dig on the Wimpole Estate in Cambridgeshire
An archaeological dig at Wimpole Estate in Cambridgeshire has uncovered a Late Iron Age to Early Roman (c.100 BC – 150AD) rural settlement.
Read our statement regarding today's Guardian article about our investments.
Read our statement regarding wild boars at Stourhead.
A camouflaged species of micro moth has been announced by the National Trust as the first of its kind to be found in Northern Ireland, likely reaching the West coast by being buffeted by strong winds across the Irish Sea.
Our commitment to bring contemporary art to National Trust places continues following the signing of a new agreement with Arts Council England.
Read our statement regarding the exhibition at Cragside.
This autumn, a newly created Kitchen Garden at Mottisfont in Hampshire will see food production and sustainability return to the property for the first time in more than 30 years.
A photograph of a young boy bounding over rocks at Prawle Point in South Devon will star on the cover of the 2019 National Trust Handbook, and be seen by the charity’s five million members, following a competition to find new imagery for the annual guide.
At our AGM on Saturday 20 October, members had the opportunity to vote on a member's resolution about the use of barbed wire at National Trust properties.
Following the publication of further details about Phase 2b of the High Speed 2 railway, the National Trust remains concerned about the impacts of the proposed route.
‘We are Bess’ – the life of Tudor England’s Bess of Hardwick revealed through the voices of modern women
The life of one of Tudor England’s most remarkable women, Bess of Hardwick, will be seen through the eyes of modern women as a new exhibition opens at Hardwick Hall.
A previously extinct butterfly has had its best summer on record with the south west of England recognised as having the highest numbers anywhere in the world.