Autumn colours explained

There’s something about trees. They’re solid and dependable, yet never the same. Their changing colours are a barometer of the seasons, inspiring us annually

Bucks Tree Club visit to the Ashridge Estate National Trust

A glorious sunny June afternoon welcomed Bucks Tree Club members to Ashridge House, a mansion that dates back to 1808 when James Wyatt was commissioned...

Discover a sea of bluebells with the National Trust in Buckinghamshire

A walk to see the bluebells across National Trust places is one of the highlights of spring. There is something magical about bluebells. With their...

Tips on bluebell photography

Bluebells usually bloom from mid-April to mid-May, although this can vary according to spring weather. A lightly overcast day is ideal for photographing bluebells as...

Frank Preece – Claydon Volunteer

Frank Preece knew very little about Claydon when he first came to the house. He now volunteers each week at the grand country mansion in...

Seven Winter Landscape Photography Tips From National Trust Photographer, Hugh Mothersole

Wrapping up in warm, dry clothing, and wearing strong boots or shoes that grip well, are essential when we venture outside in the winter months.

7 Ways To Get Your Kids Out For A Winter Walk

The difference between an indoors-all- morning child and the same one after a walk is immense.

Exhilarating Walks With The National Trust

There are those who say walking is a boring form of exercise. Here at the National Trust, we say they’re misguided, poor things, and this...

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