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The team at Bateman's have been working hard to create dormice-friendly habitats - it looks like their hard work is paying off…
When you visit one of our places, and when you become a member, you're directly helping us to protect vital habitats just like this one. Thank you.
The team at Batemans have been working hard to create dormicefriendly habitats
Marta Staniszewska
Elle King
Cathy Sinclair
The National Trust
The National Trust
04/24/2017 at 06:32. Facebook
Monday morning moment of peace: Sudbury Hall & The National Trust Museum of Childhood, Derbyshire. Inspired by ‘Capability’ Brown, these landscaped gardens reflect ever-changing fashions over the past 300 years.

Every time you visit you’re helping us to protect this place, ensuring that its story can continue to be told. Thank you.

Photos: Gavin Repton
Grande Garbero
Catherine Ryal
Julie Anderson
The National Trust
The National Trust
04/23/2017 at 18:33. Facebook
As daylight disappears on another weekend, our Sunday sunset comes to you from the spring gardens on the Wimpole Estate, Cambridgeshire.
Thanks to your visits and support we can continue to care for over 200 gardens for you to enjoy year after year.
As daylight disappears on another weekend our Sunday sunset comes to you
Patricia Slade
Susannah Wilson
Timothy Fry
The National Trust
The National Trust
04/23/2017 at 06:52. Facebook
Will you find any dragons this St George's Day? Every time you set off on an adventure at one of our places you're helping to protect them for generations to come.
Dean Hayton
Catherine Britten
Owen Dadge
The National Trust
The National Trust
04/22/2017 at 18:31. Facebook
We’re really looking forward to supporting our first marathon runner, Jonathan, on tomorrow’s start line. Did you know that it'd take over 30 marathons to cover the length of coastline we care for?
Supporters like you and Jonathan are vital to our work in looking after this coastline and over 500 more places. Thank you.
Helen Coen
Richard Hunt
Jennifer Marchant
The National Trust
The National Trust
04/22/2017 at 07:04. Facebook
What memories have you made on a visit to one of our places recently? We love hearing from visitors about how each of the sites we look after is special to them in different ways.

Thank you to Chang, Ed and Mikey for telling us what you enjoy about spending time out and about, and the emotions it inspires. Your support helps our staff and volunteers to protect over 500 places in our care -...
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What memories have you made on a visit to one of our
Alison Elizabeth
Wendy Wood
Valerie Gabriel
The National Trust
The National Trust
04/21/2017 at 07:31. Facebook
Happy National Tea Day! [ Nattru.st Link ]

Legend has it that the very first cup of tea we brewed was served at Hidcote by our gardener and his wife, and was handed out to visitors through the cottage windows. Though a lot has changed since then, our love of good cuppa certainly hasn’t! Do you remember where you had your first cup of tea with us?
Happy National Tea Day Legend has it that the very first cup
Fiona Stewart
Carol Watts
Danielle Perry
The National Trust
The National Trust
04/20/2017 at 07:17. Facebook
If you’re in search of open spaces, parkland or valleys, our walking trails are a great way to relax and unwind after a busy week: [ Nattru.st Link ]

Every time you head out for a stroll, settle down for a picnic and breathe in some much needed fresh air, you’re helping us to protect over 250,000 hectares of countryside for ever, for everyone. Thank you.
If youre in search of open spaces parkland or valleys our walking
Happy Hats
Fleur Davies
Marie Upton
The National Trust
The National Trust
04/19/2017 at 06:58. Facebook
With 838 square miles of mountainous landscapes, Snowdonia is an iconic part of the Welsh countryside – and it needs our help. Following an extensive review, we’ve discovered that over two and half miles of paths are falling into disrepair. With your support we’ll be able to restore these much-needed paths, ensuring that future generations can continue to enjoy Snowdonia. Find out how you can...
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With 838 square miles of mountainous landscapes Snowdonia is an iconic part
Bernie Sanders
Annalisa Hayward
Marie Upton
Jumping in puddles through to climbing trees, we all need a place to have some fun.
Alex told us what she enjoys about visiting our places. Her support and yours helps our rangers, staff and volunteers look after over 500 places in our care.
This is Alex’s story. What’s yours?
George Bye
William Bil Williams
Paula Smith
Monday morning moment of peace: step into the garden at Gunby Hall & Gardens.

As you walk through this gate, you’re helping us to protect the Victorian walled garden for future generations to enjoy as you have; from its ancient cedar of Lebanon, to a rainbow of colour in the rose garden. Thank you.
Monday morning moment of peace: step into the garden at Gunby Hall Gardens
Clare Wood
Ness Carter
Tony Wilson
This week’s Sunday sunset comes to you from Priest's Cove at Cape Cornwall, protected and cared for thanks to your support - along with over 700 miles of coastline.
This weeks Sunday sunset comes to you from Priests Cove at Cape
Adele Bratt
Mark Harris
Dave Robinson
This Easter, we're welcoming new recruits to our conservation team: [ Nattru.st Link ]

These rare breed Jacob sheep were born just one week ago; once they grow big and strong they will help with grazing the orchards and meadows at Swan Barn Farm, keeping habitats in top condition for the resident wildlife. Our vital conservation work is only made possible thanks to your visits, membership and...
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Roseanne Ballingall
Vickie Spencer
Claire Ward
Why not trade the hassle of travelling abroad this summer for something a little simpler? [ Nattru.st Link ]

From timeless Cornish beaches to the former homes of famous writers, we look after some truly unique getaway locations – and whilst you’re making your holiday memories, you’ll be supporting our work; ensuring we can continue to protect these special places for generations to come.
Why not trade the hassle of travelling abroad this summer for something a little simpler
Jo Downer
Annabel Cowdrey
Si May
A spring-time twist on a family favourite: our hot cross bun bread and butter pudding. This tempting treat is bound to be a winner this Easter weekend! Find out how to make it: [ Nattru.st Link ]
Natalie Hodgson
Jonny Walker
Nicola Mooney
No matter what the weather, we all have a favourite place to explore.
Jade told us what she enjoys about visiting our places. Her support and yours helps our rangers, staff and volunteers look after over 500 places in our care.
This is Jade’s story. What’s yours?
Tom Richardson
Carol East
Jennifer Marchant
It’s not long now till Easter, which means you and your family can join us again on our annual Cadbury Egg Hunt! Set out on an adventure across one of the places we care for, and join us at your nearest event: [ Nattru.st Link ]
Its not long now till Easter which means you and your family
Leigh Morris
Janet Garratt
Beki Mellor
Nestled in a hidden valley in the forest, Colby Woodland Garden in National Trust Pembrokeshire is full of surprises.

Elspeth told us why this place is so special to her and her family. With your support, alongside the work of our staff and volunteers, we can continue to look after its walled garden, woodland, and the wildlife that calls it home for generations to come.

This is Elspeth’s...
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Emma Nice
Claire Roberts
Tracey Turner
Monday morning moment of peace: Golden Cap at dawn.

Its rocky shoulder offers views at every compass point, across shores that we can only look after with your support. On a clear day, you can see across Lyme Bay to Dartmoor, home to variety of species and rare habitats. Every time you visit these places for some much needed fresh air, you’re ensuring that we can continue to protect them for...
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Monday morning moment of peace: Golden Cap at dawn
Holly Smith
Carol Smith
Sarah Boys
This week we head to the Giant's Causeway, County Antrim for our Sunday sunset.

Flanked by the wild North Atlantic Ocean and a landscape of dramatic cliffs, this spectacular place is cared for thanks to your support; ensuring it can continue capturing the imaginations of all who see it for generations to come.
This week we head to the Giant's Causeway County Antrim for our Sunday sunset
Irene Booth
Tim Smith
Alison Dalziel