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Spring 2024 magazine front cover
Spring 2024 magazine front cover | © National Trust Images/James Dobson

The National Trust members’ magazine is our 'thank you' to you for being part of our work to care for nature, history and beauty. Published three times a year, it's full of behind-the-scenes stories and striking photography. We hope it will inspire you about all there is to discover and be part of with the National Trust.

Spring 2024 magazine highlights

This year, we’ve given your National Trust Magazine a fresh new look for springtime. We’ve been listening to what our members have told us they want from the magazine, and we’ve made a few changes.

Maybe you’re looking for some inspiration for your next visit? Dip into the ‘Out & about’ section for a month-by-month flavour of what might be on near you, whether that’s a local event or something seasonal to do. Have a peek at the ‘Just for you’ section to remind yourself of all the brilliant benefits that come with membership as well as your visits. We’ve got exclusive competitions, behind-the-scenes stories, tips and makes, and sneak previews from our members’ area.

Or simply take some time for yourself and settle down with one of our feature articles to discover more about how your support is helping the Trust to look after nature, beauty and history - for everyone, for ever.

Going digital

Many of you have told us that you’d like the option of reading your copy of National Trust Magazine digitally. Last year we trialled two different digital versions alongside your printed magazines. Thank you to everyone who took the time to give us your feedback. We’re evaluating the results and we’ll share an update with you soon.

In this issue

A cyclist in a yellow winter coat rides his bike through the heathland of Carding Mill Valley, with rolling hills seen in the background.
Cycling at Carding Mill Valley on the Long Mynd, Shropshire | © National Trust Images/Chris Lacey

On your bike

Join our Head of Data Huw Davies on his quest to cycle to every place in the National Trust Handbook, fuelled by regular stops at Trust tea-rooms. Huw also shares his green travel tips for your visit.

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Listen to the audio edition

We produce an hour-long audio version of each issue, which covers the main articles from the magazine. It's ideal for those with visual impairment or who prefer to listen to the magazine. Presented by Sally Palmer, Editor of National Trust Magazine.

If you have a visual impairment and would prefer to receive a CD – or know someone who would – email RNIB at or phone them on 01733 375370.

Contact us

We love to hear what you think of National Trust Magazine. If you'd like to get in touch, please email us or write to us at:

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Two visitors exploring the garden in spring at Quarry Bank, Cheshire


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