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The National Trust is piecing back together a 19th century landscape using a Victorian survey map and aerial photographs taken by the Royal Air Force after World War II.
There’s a new addition to one of the National Trust’s rarest 17th-century tapestries, now back at Dyrham Park near Bath after specialist cleaning and repairs.
The National Trust is embarking on one of its most ambitious river restoration projects to help flood-hit communities in the Ullswater valley and restore dwindling populations of wildlife.
The National Trust is turning back the clock almost 200 years to tackle habitat and nature loss by handing low grade farmland back to a Cornish river.
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