Walk with us - everyone welcome! Our team of volunteer walk leaders will introduce you to parts of Longshaw you may not know. Walks are every Wednesday and Sunday, starting just outside the café, and usually cover around 4 miles.
The workout that tones the whole body! Burns 46% more calories than ordinary walking. Great for neck, shoulder and back problems. Easy on the knees and joints. Suitable for ages 9+. Sociable, safe outdoor exercise.
Join our volunteer rangers on a guided walk around less familiar parts of Clumber Park reflecting a diverse range of habitats. The walk will last between 2-3 hours and cover up to 6 miles. The walk covers a mixture of surfaces across heathland...
Taking part in Night Run is a great way to get a little fitter during winter months at the same time as helping us care for the places that make a run more special. So as you look after you, you’ll be looking after nature too.
Join us for Lyme's Trust10 10k trail run which will take place on the fourth Sunday of every month. (Some months are moved due to other events - please check dates)
Route available here: https://runtogether.co.uk/routes/trust10-lyme/
Join us for a free walk in the White Peak on Monday and Friday mornings. No booking needed, meet our team of friendly walk volunteers by the National Trust shop at 11am and go on a 2 hr walk. Dogs on short leads are welcome too.
Join us for a free walk in the White Peak on Friday mornings. No booking needed, just meet our team of friendly walk volunteers by the visitor centre at 11:00am and go on a 3 hr walk. Dogs on short leads are welcome too.
See the final exhibition of the 2019 Trust New Arts project at The Workhouse. The commission has been created by people with a range of abilities including young residents of Southwell’s Caudwell House, Minster View and MenCap Nottinghamshire.
'The Women's Quilt' will be on display at The Workhouse from International Women’s Day. This handmade quilt was made to remember women who lost their lives at the hands of their partners or ex-partners.
Join us to celebrate World Book Day. You’ll be able to exchange your £1 book token for an exciting new read, set off on an adventure with our children’s garden trail, or take part in exciting book themed crafts.
Museum tours not for you? Want to have a little fun with history instead? Introducing Calke Unlocked – a new kind of tour at Calke Abbey. Play games, take photos, and see the house in a whole new light.
Museum tours not for you? Want to have a little fun with history instead? Introducing Calke Unlocked – a new kind of tour at Calke Abbey. Play games, take photos, and see the property in a whole new light.
As the hall reopens for the season the top floor is looking a little different. Along with Beningbrough's war stories there are new ways to create and connect through history, art and the surrounding natural inspiration.
Clear out your bookcase and bring any donations along this weekend and we'll find new homes for them. Just in case your shelves are looking bare we'll have plenty of second-hand books on sale to help fill them.
We all respond to colour in a different way. Artists often use it to convey meaning and emotion. Using a range of traditional and digital art materials we’ll explore together Marc Chagall’s Clair de lune painting in the Saloon Galleries exhibition.
Walking in nature can help improve wellbeing and mindfulness. Take a breather from the stresses of daily life and enjoy Belton as a space to gather your thoughts. Keep your body and mind healthy by exploring the parkland to get closer to nature.
Our usual tours with a slight twist - every Wednesday in February, we will have two cottage tours (11am and 1pm) that focus on the interesting subject of Stoneywell’s unique architectural quirks. Find out a little more about Ernest Gimson’s...
Join this guided walk to discover Brimham's history, from the last ice age that helped form these weird and wonderful rock formations, to the stories of the people who lived here and called Brimham home.