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Slate Landscape of Northwest Wales announced Wales’ fourth World Heritage Site; and a first for National Trust Cymru
The Slate Landscape of Northwest Wales has become the UK’s newest UNESCO World Heritage Site, having been granted the accolade today, at the 44th session of the World Heritage Committee.
Rhosili's spectacular sunflower display attracts visitors and pollinators in their thousands.
National Trust Cymru secures support from Wales Green Recovery Fund for people and nature project in Pembrokeshire
National Trust Cymru has received funding from the Wales Green Recovery Fund, a Welsh Government fund administered by The National Heritage Memorial Fund, for a pilot partnership project in Pembrokeshire.
The combination of a hot summer in 2018 and a milder winter has meant spring flowers have appeared earlier and are producing more impressive displays than last year.
National Trust Cymru is delighted to announce that Director, Justin Albert, has been appointed an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List 2021, for services to the historic and natural environment in Wales.
Repeated vandalism is damaging much-loved beauty spot and putting nature at risk, warns National Trust Cymru and Simon Hart MP
Following an increase in vandalism, trespassing and littering at Morfa Bychan beach near Ragwen Point in Carmarthenshire, National Trust Cymru and local MP Simon Hart are urging people to visit responsibly, follow the Countryside Code and not to park overnight.
National Trust Cymru urges people to turn social media pink, white and green as it launches its online campaign #GwleddYGwanwyn #BlossomWatch
With this spring likely to be the most anticipated in living memory, National Trust Cymru is inviting people wherever they live to emulate Japan’s Hanami – the ancient tradition of viewing and celebrating blossom - with its #GwleddYGwanwyn #BlossomWatch campaign.
We’ve opened a new network of footpaths at Rhosili so that you can discover how we’re bringing wildlife back to the Vile.
From Monday 9 November, residents in Wales will be welcomed back to Wales’ most popular heritage attractions, gardens, museums and outdoor spaces as National Trust Wales, Cadw and Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales sites open their doors after the firebreak lockdown.
The opening of Penrhyn Castle from Monday 7 September marks the first in a series of phased steps to reopen houses and castles in Wales.
The National Trust is proposing £100m of annual savings following the impact of the coronavirus crisis, after warning almost every aspect of its income has been affected.
The free online festival, which took place between 20 and 23 July, saw hundreds of people join in with live discussions, workshops and activities on how we can work together towards a greener future.
Endangered birds are continuing to flock in their thousands to National Trust farmland in Pembrokeshire, according to the latest data from the conservation charity.
National Trust gardening experts have shared their top tips for creating a wildlife-friendly space at home. From building bug hotels to growing plants for pollinators, there are a whole range of things to try.
While Erddig is closed, National Trust staff are working hard to look after the house, collections and gardens, including Head Gardener Glyn Smith who has taking mowing to another level.
The laburnum arch at the National Trust’s world famous Bodnant Garden in Conwy has produced its earliest blooms for a decade, following a record amount of sunshine in April and May.
A mild winter and weeks of continuous sunshine have resulted in a good year for apple blossom.
The nation has turned to baking to cope with the lockdown with cheese scones, apple and rhubarb crumble and sponge cake topping the list of favourites, according to the National Trust.