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An extra touch of magic comes to some of our places this Christmas as a sprinkling of winter light illuminates them in a whole new way: [ Nattru.st Link ]

Your visits allow us to continue to care for these unique locations for ever, for everyone. Thank you.
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Today marks Octavia Hill’s 178th birthday. As one of our founders, Octavia lead an extraordinary life. Her ground-breaking work, alongside co-founders Robert Hunter and Hardwicke Rawnsley, means that her legacy lives on to this day.

A champion of open spaces, here are some of her commemorative walks we continue to care for with your support.
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Whilst the temperatures have been plunging our spirits have been rising thanks to the photos you've been sharing with us as winter slowly creeps in.

Your visits to our special places this winter directly help us to look after them for ever, for everyone. Thanks for all of your support.
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We care for 247,000 hectares of land, home to a range of wild and wonderful creatures – spot them yourself with our top winter wildlife walks: [ Nattru.st Link ]
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Today marks Sir Winston Churchill’s birthday. It was over 50 years ago that Churchill’s family home, Chartwell, was opened to the public and we now have the historic opportunity to permanently secure some of these special items and expand Churchill’s story by opening up new rooms at Chartwell.

Thanks to the generous support of the Heritage Lottery Fund and donations from around the world...
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Christmas on the Upton Front: [ Nattru.st Link ]

Visit Upton House and Gardens NT this festive season and experience a war time Christmas direct from the 1940s; rations and air raids may have continued but they certainly didn’t cancel Christmas.
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Our volunteers and staff have been working hard to restore the Stonehenge landscape by sowing seeds harvested from nearby Salisbury Plain: nattru.st/59r2l

This year we’re celebrating its 30th year on the World Heritage List and although we’ve seen major improvements, such as our first sighting of an Adonis Blue butterfly in 2008, there’s still much to be done. With your support, we can...
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What kind of job involves tasks such as seal counting and cutting back scrub? [ Nattru.st Link ]

Our rangers work throughout the year to protect special places and their inhabitants - all thanks to your support.
Our top recommendations for autumn walks with that ultimate reward at the finish line, a cosy café: [ Nattru.st Link ]

Enjoying a crisp autumn walk + settling down in a cosy café = supporting and caring for our special places.
With temperatures dropping, it’s been a few weeks of turbulent weather across the special places we look after. From snowfall, to rainfall, and even the occasional sighting of blue skies!

Thank you to everyone who’s been sharing their images with us this week. Here are a few of our favourites…
Fancy joining us for a Night Run? Our friends at Cotswold Outdoor have some top tips on how to make the most of our trail running events. Book your place here: [ Nattru.st Link ] Ready, set… Go!
We look after more than 300 historic buildings, and it’s with your visits that we can continue to preserve and protect them. From the conservation of the collections housed inside, to the rare plants in our gardens and across our estates, there’s plenty to discover.

We’ll help you find your next adventure: [ Nattru.st Link ]
The picturesque National Trust Lacock is the ideal place to take a step back in time. [ Nattru.st Link ]

Pick up local produce in the shops and village, relax in the tearoom and explore the fascinating history of the abbey – all cared for thanks to your visits.
Monday morning moment of peace: Minchinhampton Common.

These special places are cared for thanks to your visits and support.
Did you know that we care for 775 miles of coastline?

Your visits, memberships, donations and support helps us to look after places like Sandscale Haws in Cumbria for ever, for everyone. Thank you.
Tis’ (almost) the season…

Kick start your festive celebrations with a magical trip to one of our Christmas markets and winter fairs: [ Nattru.st Link ]
Have you been out on any early morning wander this week?

With the temperature dropping, and even a few snow flurries across Yorkshire and the Lakes, it’s time to wrap up warm and make the most of those clear, crisp mornings.

Thanks to everyone who’s been tagging us in their early morning shots. Here are some of our favourites…
The clash of antlers in the autumn deer rut proves to be one of the season's most dramatic natural spectacles: [ Nattru.st Link ]. Did you spot the action this year?

These animals and their special habitats are protected thanks to your visits and support.
Welsh farmer Dan Jones - Great Orme Shepherd and his family are all moved in to their new home on the Great Orme in North Wales. Here they are in action, taking part in conservation shepherding on the slopes of Snowdon, Lliwedd and Yr Aran…

With the tenancy costing just a pound, it means Dan can focus on improving habitats, in order to protect this special place and the wildlife that lives...
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Did you know that we care for some of the UK’s most important trees?

The 2,500-year-old Ankerwycke Yew near Runnymede, which is thought to be the oldest in our care, may have witnessed the events around the sealing of the Magna Carta in 1215. We also look after Newton’s apple tree, which triggered the great scientist to form his laws of gravity. Our ancient tree walks let you step back in...
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