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Take a moment to notice nature and lift your spirits - new book helps people to connect with nature wherever they are
The National Trust has released a new book that encourages people to notice nature on their doorstep.
A new-born highland cow called ‘Hope’ has become a symbol of optimism in times of uncertainty, according to staff at one National Trust property.
The National Trust is celebrating the 125th anniversary of its first land acquisition at Dinas Oleu in North Wales by offering those in isolation a chance to enjoy stunning spring images of the landscape.
The National Trust is asking people to celebrate the blossom season – emulating Hanami the ancient Japanese tradition of viewing and celebrating blossom as the first sign of spring.
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Wildlife lovers across the UK have the chance to contribute to a crowd-sourced nature diary today to celebrate the official arrival of spring - Friday 20 March.
National Trust tests Cerne Abbas Giant in first attempt to scientifically establish enigmatic chalk figure’s true age
This spring, for the first time, the National Trust is undertaking tests to try to determine the age of the enigmatic Cerne Abbas Giant.
With Mother’s Day and good weather forecast for the weekend, the National Trust is urging people to avoid unnecessary travel and follow government guidelines on social gatherings.
Memories of poet’s early life used to celebrate the 250th anniversary of William Wordsworth at his childhood home
A new exhibition explores poet’s childhood and influences through displays, film and photography and reflects on the poet’s wonder at the landscape as a child. The star item is a baby bonnet belonging to his sister Dorothy is star item on display.
With the increasing need for a bigger, better and more joined-up approach to nature conservation, seven leading partners have come together to help protect wildlife by creating the UK’s first ever ‘super’ National Nature Reserve (NNR) on the Purbeck Heaths in Dorset.
A can of Russian bug spray, sonar equipment from Texas, thousands of nautical-themed Lego pieces and the remains of an entire 1980s picnic are among the top 20 most unusual items found washed up on National Trust beaches - according to a list unveiled by the charity today.
Mansion in miniature: newly-conserved rare dolls’ house reveals 300-year-old secrets of British high society
One of the UK’s rarest dolls’ houses is the centrepiece of a new exhibition at the Yorkshire country house that inspired its creation.
Smallhythe Place, Ellen Terry’s country home, displays costumes from acclaimed 1882 production of Much Ado About Nothing
Costumes worn by Victorian actress Ellen Terry in one of her greatest roles are being displayed together for the first time at her former home.
Politicians, business leaders and celebrities have today thrown their weight behind a National Trust campaign to galvanise people and tackle the climate and nature crises.
The National Trust is launching a series of activities to help people engage more with their natural surroundings, as new research released by the conservation charity, shows those with an active ‘engagement’ with nature are more likely to help tackle the nature crisis.
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Re-using almost 300,000 plastic bottles, a year, this camping collection is a ground-breaking solution to the abundance of plastic waste. The collection, featuring four tents and two sleeping bags, offers outdoor lovers and weekend explorers a way of enjoying the great outdoors at the same time as helping to care for it.
National Trust becomes UK’s largest membership body to ditch plastic from its 5m iconic members’ card
The National Trust has become the UK’s largest membership organisation to ditch plastic from millions of its iconic members’ cards, as the charity marks its 125th anniversary.