As we approach the centenary of the ending of the First World War, we take a look at the role some of our properties played in the great war and how they are planning to commemorate the wars end.
Join us as we commemorate the impact of the First World War on Charlecote, the Lucy family and the wider estate.
In 2018 we’re exploring women’s work, duty and political agency during the First World War through the stories of four Coughton women from different backgrounds – Emily Ainge, Isabel Eagles, Kate Mason and Lilian Throckmorton.
We're shedding light on some of the neglected stories of Croft's women, with objects and paintings from the collection, tours, events, embroidery activities and more.
Discover Baron Ash's World War One experiences through a new exhibition in the Great Hall.
With the help of Cotswold Outdoor we've pulled together a selection of some of the best walks to be enjoyed across the Midlands
From luxurious afternoon tea to a cuppa with a striking view, you'll find it all at one of our tea-rooms.
Meet some of the varied and interesting people who volunteer with the National Trust in the Midlands.