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National Trust

Fern fever and orchid opulence; discover how house plants have drifted in and out of fashion for centuries:
Nature has a key role in limiting climate change and helping the Government meet their net zero target by 2050. But a new report shows nature at our places is under pressure. Discover how we’re tackling climate change at the places we care for:
Use the bare winter trees to your advantage to spot wildlife aplenty on one of these walks: Photo: Pinkneys Drive, @MCC_NT
There’s new life budding in the shadows of ancient abbey ruins. The snowdrops have made an appearance @fountainsabbey, North Yorkshire. Photo: Hannah J
Spend some time gazing out of your window or better still, get out in nature to watch the winter birds: #BigGardenBirdWatch
The sun gives the flowers in our gardens their energy. Discover how Bodnant Garden in Wales is using solar energy to power their café and visitor centre in the latest episode of our 50% Renewable podcast series, in partnership with #BMWi:
Dydd Santes Dwynwen Hapus. Happy St Dwynwen’s Day. Celebrate the Welsh patron saint of lovers by taking a sunset walk along the beach, or just having a cwtch with someone special. Photo: Rhossili Bay, @NTWales
Did you know you can find 25 different Chinese wallpapers at 15 houses we care for? Here's a closer look at the state bedroom @ErddigNT in Wales. #ChineseNewYear
On this day in 1882, the English author Virginia Woolf was born. It was in the country retreat @MonksHouseNT, that she wrote many of her celebrated novels.
Don't wait for the ballot, secure your place on the Great North Run and concentrate on hitting the trails: #GNR40
Decorative accents in the landscape, follies captivate those who pass on by. #PlacesMatter Thanks to Sean R for sharing this photo of Hadrian's Arch @shugboroughNT with us this week.
Get you a membership that can do it all 😉 #dollypartonchallengee
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From purple heathlands to winding rivers; a new report shows many of our best places for nature are feeling the impacts of climate change. Learn how we’re tackling the greatest threat to the places we care for:
Nice spot for a bit of…cow bathing? Thanks to their grazing, this lot are helping rare plants to flourish in the dune systems at White Park Bay in Northern Ireland.
Help feathered friends get cosy this winter with a bird box or two in the garden:
Dawn breaks over misty mountains at Ullswater in Cumbria. Photo: Becca S
With your help, our rangers can keep wildlife warm and cosy this winter:
Curl up with Toby, the Cocker Spaniel pup from Killerton, one of the many canines past and present that have made National Trust places their homes:
When was the last time you followed a path just to see where it went? Photo: Woodchester Park, Gloucestershire
Not all of the visitors to Brownsea Island in Dorset stop to scan their member cards. Video: @Brownseablog
Join Jo Dyson as she scales the trees of @TyntesfieldNT with professional climber, James Aldred, exploring a hidden world within the canopy in the latest National Trust podcast:
Thousands of submissions, only one winner. Look out for Les Lockhart‘s photo on the cover of our 2020 Handbook next year:
Handcrafted on the Lincolnshire coast, meet the mind behind our 2019 jewellery collection, Julie Bailey:
Creamy parsnip and tangy apples - the perfect autumn harvest pairing in a warming soup:
If you're planning on having a bonfire tonight, make sure you check that nobody's snuffled in and gone to sleep. Big piles of leaves make great hiding places for hedgehogs, who are looking for warm places to cosy up for winter. #BonfireNight
Join in the fun and celebrate all things book-ish @KnoleNT’s Children’s Book Festival, 16 -17 November: Featuring your favourite children’s authors and characters; UK laureate Cressida Cowell, Chris Riddell, Jacqueline Wilson and Lauren Child.
Winter is on the horizon. But before you snuggle in for the Christmas period, where will you be exploring in November?
We're saying a big #ThanksToYou with a special offer this November: With the support of National Lottery players, we're able to look after the places you love.
Woodlands keep our planet breathing. We’ve raised over £120,000 so far for our woodlands, but there’s still time to make a difference, donate just £5 today:
Maybe, just maybe, if we just hide here very quietly, Monday morning won’t see us. Photo: @NTLymePark
When the temperature drops, warm yourself up with a spicy vegetable tagine packed with seasonal flavours:
Hands up if you'll be tuning in to @darkmaterials on @BBCOne tonight? If you can, keep an eye out for our very own @LacockNT. #HisDarkMaterials
Reflecting on a colourful autumn at Rowallane Garden. Where have the fiery hues captivated you? Photo: Daryl Y
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