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Welcome to our new website

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Explore the new National Trust website | © National Trust Images/James Dobson

You may notice some changes to our website. Learn about the improvements we’re making and find answers to some frequently asked questions.

We’re making improvements to make things quicker and easier on the website – whether you want to find a place to visit or book a holiday, join as a member or donate to our cause, shop online or search for gardening tips.

These improvements will take time and will come in stages. You might have noticed some of the changes already, and over the next few months we’ll be introducing more features. This means that you may not be able to find all the content you’re used to seeing on our website right away.

We hope you enjoy exploring the new website.

Frequently asked questions

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