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Flashback Friday

When I was working as a conservation assistant last summer I had the chance to help out with the artSouth installation at Mottisfont. artSouth is a contemporary visual arts project which presents commissioned art works in diverse locations across central South England.  212 more words

National Trust

The Stackpole Inn & Barafundle Bay

We have recently spent a memorable and fulfilling six weeks touring around the UK with my husband Peter’s trio, Peter Knight’s Gigspanner. Summer is peak festival season and offers the perfect excuse to simultaneously gallivant, and invest in a bit of ‘nesting’ too…or at least taking a peek into other folks nesting styles. 712 more words

Barafundle Bay

Shugborough estate

We had a lovely time at Shugborough estate. Though I have to say it wasn’t quite up to normal national trust standards. This was not helped by us having to pay an extra £7.50 on our normal NT membership. 102 more words

General Me

Tasma Terrace and Steampunk

I work in a beautiful part of East Melbourne surrounded by historic buildings and parks, most notably St Patrick’s Cathedral and the Old Treasury building. 420 more words

Wandering at Polesden Lacey

Even though the holiday was over we still managed to get out of the city once we were home to still have a little holiday outings. 209 more words


Attingham's WWI Stories

Hello readers of the Attingham Mansion Blog!

We thought that you might like to take a peek at our new blog, Attingham WWI Stories. Here is a link to the blog homepage: … 339 more words

Attingham Park

Seabirds on National Trust coastal places

We take a look at four of the key seadbird species found on National Trust land across England, Wales and Northern Ireland:

Sandwich tern

The report reveals that National Trust land is hugely important for Sandwich terns, with nationally significant colonies at Blakeney Point in Norfolk, Farne Islands, Cemlyn Lagoon, Green Island and Brownsea Island Lagoon. 375 more words

National Trust