Recreating places from the South West at home

If you're in need of a National Trust fix from lockdown or self-isolation, we have some different ways you could recreate your favourite places from the South West at home, from baking to knitting to cut-out and create models.

Brocolli & cheese filo parcel
Light Bites

Bake this broccoli & cheese parcel in honour of Wellington Monument 

Cook your very own 'Wellington Wellington' inspired by the restoration of Wellington Monument. Work continues at the site with socially distanced masonry work. Bake our very own vegetarian pastry parcel with our recipe.

EPAL brick chimney at East Pool Mine

Recreate East Pool Mine at home

While East Pool Mine is closed, why not have a go at creating a paper version of it at home? Volunteer Mike has put together some 'cut out and create' models inspired by some of the mine's most identifiable features.

A gingerbread house version of Saltram
Cakes and bakes

How to create a National Trust gingerbread house 

Take inspiration from one of the grand houses in the South West, and create a National Trust gingerbread house.

A la Ronde tea cosy knitting pattern

Make your own model of Snowshill Manor

Tyntesfield colouring in

Lacock Abbey colouring in

Call us to arrange your education visit

Colouring in fun at home

Enjoy these downloadable colouring sheets, from Arlington to you.

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