The National Trust
The National Trust
05/28/2017 at 18:27. Facebook
Sunday sunset over Virginia Woolf’s cottage garden at Monk’s House, East Sussex.

A must-visit for all literature fans, wander through the novelists 17th-century country retreat full of her favourite things.
Sunday sunset over Virginia Woolf’s cottage garden at Monk’s House East Sussex
Katy Gallantry
Brian Snow
Frédéric Maget
The National Trust
The National Trust
05/28/2017 at 07:03. Facebook
Set free their wild side this half term: [ Nattru.st Link ]
We’ve picked five of our favourite 50 things activities so you can begin their adventure this week…
Set free their wild side this half term:
The National Trust
The National Trust
yesterday at 07:01. Facebook
Make the most of the sunshine this weekend with a delicious, seasonal treat: our smoked mackerel fishcake roll.

Best served in a brioche roll with your favourite toppings… [ Nattru.st Link ]
Sharon Campbell
Simon Francis
Kev Kelly
The National Trust
The National Trust
05/26/2017 at 15:08. Facebook
Springwatch returns this Monday on Sherborne Park Estate - join us for a sneak peek behind the scenes tour of the production village with Digital Producer Laura and Engineering Manager Gareth.
Maggie Burt
Alwyn Fawcett
Lisa Pidgeon
The National Trust
The National Trust
05/25/2017 at 06:59. Facebook
Take a moment to discover dramatic views of The Vyne’s rooftop as we peel back the layers of this Tudor power house.

With your support we’re embarking on an ambitious £5.4m conservation project to repair the leaking roof and crumbling chimneys, damaged by storms in recent years. Visitors with a head for heights are invited to watch the work unfold from our rooftop walkway, as old tiles are...
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Sue Bund
Kathryn Charlesworth
Leesa Worth
The National Trust
The National Trust
05/24/2017 at 07:01. Facebook
Finding it hard to get out of bed this morning?

This sleepy dormouse was found by our rangers, during a regular rare mammals survey at Holmwood Common.
Finding it hard to get out of bed this morning
Douggie Jeanette
Mandi Brain
Rachel Keeling
The National Trust
The National Trust
05/23/2017 at 18:30. Facebook
Remember the first time you climbed a tree or built a den? This summer, book one of our family-friendly holiday cottages to begin a 50 things adventure with your little wild ones: [ Nattru.st Link ]

Spend the days on the beach, the nights under the stars and your whole holiday seeking adventure.
Remember the first time you climbed a tree or built a den
Doreen Ganley
Megan Silcox
Sarah Boreham
The National Trust
The National Trust
05/22/2017 at 07:00. Facebook
This Monday morning, find a moment of peace on the shores of the Whitehaven coast in Cumbria.
This Monday morning find a moment of peace on the shores of
Sharron Hunko
Sue Wallinger
The National Trust
The National Trust
05/21/2017 at 18:34. Facebook
A Sunday sunset across the coast of Whitehaven, Cumbria.

Stretching south from the 18th-century harbour of Whitehaven towards the sandstone cliffs of St Bees Head, these tall cliffs are host to thousands of seabirds between May and July - including puffins, guillemots and razorbills.
A Sunday sunset across the coast of Whitehaven Cumbria
David Wyles
Sue Wallinger
Keith Chaloner
The National Trust
The National Trust
05/21/2017 at 07:07. Facebook
Love to capture some of the 500 places we look after on camera?
Ranger Rob has some top tips for producing the perfect video that tells your story…
Lisa Detenysh
Louise Everson
William Bil Williams
Have you ever seen a ‘Champion Tree’?

With thousands of trees in our care across gardens, parks, woodland and countryside, some have reached dizzying heights, widths and ages – and these special few are crowned as champions. From the tallest English oak at Stourhead, to the 2,500 year old Ankerwycke Yew near Runnymede, here’s where you’ll find them: [ Nattru.st Link ]
Have you ever seen a ‘Champion Tree’
Kayleigh McMillan
Mark C Packman
Sitting on the banks of the River Thames in Richmond, Ham House is a treasure trove: [ Nattru.st Link ]

Home to an intriguing collection of paintings, furniture and textiles as well as inspiring 17th-century formal gardens, there's plenty to enjoy and explore on a spring day - no matter what the weather...
Sitting on the banks of the River Thames in Richmond Ham House is a treasure trove:
Jill Read
Mag Woollcombe-Gosson
Liz Nicolls
Spotted on the Ashridge Estate NT, a family of deer enjoy a morning stroll amongst the bluebells.

Each time you visit for a walk through this 5000 acre estate in the Chiltern Hills, you’re helping ensure we can continue to protect it - so future generations can enjoy it too. Thank you.

Photos: Sarah Murtagh
Spotted on the Ashridge Estate NT a family of deer enjoy a
Elly van Zaanen
Daniel Jones
Susannah Wilson
Colourful displays of flowering pot plants and patterns found in our Victorian orangeries and glass houses, inspire the unique prints you can find in our online shop: [ Nattru.st Link ]
Sarah Holcombe
Hiroyuki Kotani
Jodie Smith
Spring is the perfect time to enjoy Sheffield Park and Garden NT: [ Nattru.st Link ]

Located in East Sussex, this time of year brings a burst of colour to the flowers, bushes and trees surrounding the garden’s four lakes. Your visits allow our hard working staff and volunteers to continue caring for this and 200 other gardens to enjoy throughout the changing seasons.
Spring is the perfect time to enjoy Sheffield Park and Garden NT:
Jan Wilson
Kay Payne
Linda Power
Take your Monday morning moment of peace from the shores of Brownsea Island, Dorset.
Take your Monday morning moment of peace from the shores of Brownsea Island Dorset
Stephanie Edwards
Gillian Little
Alyson Kate Borley
This week’s Sunday sunset comes to you from Wicken Fen National Nature Reserve, Cambridgeshire.

An important haven for wildlife, Wicken Fen is protected thanks to the support of our visitors, members, donors, supporters and volunteers. Thank you.
This weeks Sunday sunset comes to you from Wicken Fen National Nature
Neil McDonnell
Susannah Betts
Michael Howell
They may not appear to be cute and cuddly, but adders are a fascinating non-aggressive species decorated in a beautiful mix of patterns and colours.
Nikki Jones
Gemma Macpherson
Anders Rushtön
Begin your weekend with a moment of calm by placing yourself in a field of bluebells at The Vyne - National Trust...
Rick McBride
Phil Maciver
Hayley Masters
As spring unfolds across the places we protect, it’s safe to say that all our newest residents are getting used to their surroundings…

Here’s a few of our favourite snaps shared with us this week – they’ve certainly put a smile on our faces!
As spring unfolds across the places we protect its safe to say
Lesley Wilkes
Bina Lot
Julie Anderson