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A rugged coastline in summer with a calm sea
A view of the coastline at Froward Point, Devon | © National Trust Images/David Noton


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A group of silhouettes of Second World War era soldiers can be seen against a colourful sky at dawn with orange light reflecting from light clouds.

Stowe Gardens will be the UK host for D-Day art installation 

A memorial installation to soldiers killed in the D-Day landing on 6 June 1944 will be coming to the UK for exhibition in September where it can be seen in full for the first time.

Three ladies sitting in chairs face a huge tapestry. They are sewing the lower border onto the tapestry which shows a biblical scene from the story of Gideon

Hardwick tapestry conservation award 

Find out more about the Europa Nostra Award we were given for our work conserving the Gideon tapestries at Hardwick Hall in Derbyshire – our longest conservation project that cost £1.7 million to complete. Our textile conservators completed the work by hand using traditional sewing and stitching techniques.

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