I am 17 and going into my last year of school. I am studying Maths, Religious Studies, Music, and Moving Image Arts. I have always had a passion for film and music and love to create my own songs and movies. As part of the Media Team I am aiming to showcase some of the amazing Mount Stewart stories through the use of visual arts and get people my age more involved with the culture of the National Trust.
Stuck for something to do outdoors with the family this summer? Look no further. With a fantastic children’s adventure area and loads of space to run around in, Hatchlands is the perfect spot to enjoy the sunshine.
To celebrate Volunteers' Week 2019 we've been finding out about the volunteers that inspire us and why they choose to volunteer their time at Penrhyn Castle.
An unmissable landmark on Lyme's landscape, the Cage holds a rich history alongside views across Cheshire, Manchester and beyond.
We've been busy carrying out lots of vital conservation work..
We talked to one of our volunteer photographers, Sam Milling, about his favourite places to photograph in Kent and East Sussex in the summer. Having grown up in East Sussex, Sam knows some of the best places to photograph in the area and has shared some of his top tips with us.
Come and see one of the finest rose gardens in the world as awarded by 'The World Federation of Rose Societies'.
Trerice becomes a haven for pollinators as flowers bloom in the summer months.
Find out more about our free Knole Shuttle bus service, running between Sevenoaks station and town centre to Knole on school holiday Sundays.
Discover the fascinating stories waiting to be discovered in Knole’s hidden attics, now open to visitors for the first time. Find out how to book behind the scenes attic tours ...
Get outside and closer to nature with this unique opportunity to camp overnight at Winkworth. Bring the whole family to enjoy the quintessential camping experience with fun-filled craft activities, walks and a campfire.
The Calor Rural Community Fund is offering £5,000 to its winning community project, voted on by the public - your vote could make the difference for the restoration of the Baggy Point pond.
Volunteering can be a very enriching experience, find out more about volunteering here.
In 1919, Nancy Astor broke political ground by becoming the first woman to take her seat in Parliament. To mark the centenary of this milestone, we're taking a closer look at the political and personal life of the woman behind the black tricorn hat.