Our Runnymede Explored project has received funding of £1.6 million from the National Lottery. This will allow us to move forward with plans to unify two sites of international significance, Runnymede and adjacent Ankerwycke, with improved pathways and interpretation, and a new ferry crossing across the River Thames.
Throughout 2018, the National Trust is celebrating 300 years of one of the leading cabinet makers of the 18th century, Thomas Chippendale, and his connection to Nostell, an 18th century treasure house in West Yorkshire.
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