If you’ve ever wanted to know more about the work we do, then our new TV advert might help to fulfil some of your curiosity. Called ‘Behind the Scenes’, the advert gives a flavour of what goes on in our organisation day-to-day, to care for over 500 special places ‘for ever for everyone’.
The Royal Mail has launched a collection of eight commemorative stamps for the 300th anniversary of Lancelot 'Capability' Brown which includes three landscapes we now care for: Stowe, Croome and Berrington Hall.
This year’s winners of the Fine Farm Produce Award which celebrates the best produce from our farms was announced at BBC Countryfile Live by presenter Ellie Harrison and our Director General Helen Ghosh.
This summer we’re encouraging families to get out in the fresh air by celebrating the simple stick – the must-have toy for outdoor adventures. Take a look to see why imaginative play in nature is so important for kids, and watch musician Raleigh Ritchie’s rap about the magic of the stick.
Love nature and travel? Read the shortlist of books in the running for the 2016 Wainwright Prize for travel and nature writing. It includes tales set in the windswept Orkneys, a Yorkshire woodland, along glittering rivers and from a shepherd in the Lake District.
We have won a national award for generating environmentally friendly forms of energy. We are working on 40 renewables projects across the country as part of our cause to protect the environment and look after our places now and into the future.