Working with Sky to bring you closer to the places you love

We’re excited to be partnering with Sky as together we'll celebrate the magic of the natural world, and the films and TV shows that feature the places you love.

This year-long partnership with Sky will also help us look after nature, beauty and history for future generations to enjoy.

Working together in 2021, we'll celebrate the appearances of National Trust places in major films and shows including Sky Originals The Secret Garden and Britannia, as well as the Sky Arts series Landscape Artist of the Year. We'll be giving even more of you a chance to enjoy these onscreen hits with a range of supporter offers from Sky and exclusive prizes and giveaways through the Sky VIP app. You'll also get to enjoy your favourite shows at our most popular holiday cottages, which will be installed with Sky TV.  

An image of the new sleek-looking Sky TV, Sky Glass - the world's first carbon neutral TV

Cut your tech's carbon footprint 

Sky shares our vision of a more sustainable future, and our ambition of becoming net zero carbon by 2030. Which is why they've launched Sky Glass, the world's first TV to be certified by Natural Capital Partners as a CarbonNeutral® product. Enter this competition for your chance to win a Sky Glass TV with the Sky Ultimate TV entertainment package for a whole year. Entries close 30 April 2022.

A contestant painting the view of West Wycombe house

Catch up on the highlights

Tune in to a special episode of Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year in the new year. Perfect viewing for amateur and expert artists alike, it will pull together all of the top paintings of National Trust places from previous series, as voted for by you.

Enjoying the places you love onscreen

 

 

Working together to look after nature

Like us, Sky is working hard to achieve net zero carbon by 2030. To get there, they have launched Sky Zero, a promise to cut carbon emissions created by their business, suppliers and use of technology products by at least 50 per cent.

Sky will continue inspiring people to protect the natural world through its channels and shows. During the last decade, the broadcaster has been campaigning to protect rainforests and oceans – the world's most powerful carbon sinks. As a result more than £9 million has been raised to protect trees in the Amazon. Sky Ocean Rescue, a campaign to raise awareness about plastic pollution in our oceans, has also encouraged millions of people to take action to improve the health of coastal places.  

Our partnership with Sky will help us look after nature we all depend on. This means we'll have more support to restore precious woodland, create more places for wildlife to thrive and keep coastal places alive.   

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Images courtesy of: Landscape Artist of the Year | Sky Arts, Animals Decoded | Sky Nature, History of WWII | Sky History and Sky Ocean Rescue.