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‘TRIBE’ a photographic exhibition at the Fox Talbot Museum, Lacock Abbey until Sunday 20 May 2018

The first of three exhibitions celebrating the work of women photographers is being held at the Fox Talbot Museum in Lacock....
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Snowdrops at Kingston Lacy

Kingston Lacy, near Wimborne, Dorset is famous for its snowdrop display. The snowdrop walk stretches through the 40-acre garden for one and a half miles and is at its best throughout early February....
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Outstanding contribution by Volunteer Rangers recognised by leading outdoor retailer

In recognition of the outstanding contribution that countryside volunteer rangers have made to the conservation of the Holnicote Estate, Rohan Ltd have generously sponsored every volunteer who has completed more than 50 hours volunteering during the past year....
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Celebrate 200 years of Wellington Monument

  This October, the National Trust will be celebrating 200 years since the laying of the foundation stone at Wellington Monument with a special event on 21 October. Together with partners from the Blackdown Hills AONB and ActionTrack performance company, they will be presenting an evening performance and community celebration for all of the locals....
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Virtual reality exhibition takes audiences back to the dawn of photography

This autumn, Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire, in collaboration with Blain|Southern gallery, is proud to present Thresholds, a new virtual reality artwork by internationally acclaimed artist Mat Collishaw....
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National Trust opens new room in Avebury Manor and starts refurbishment

The National Trust has opened a room in Avebury Manor that until now has been inaccessible to visitors. The refurbishment of the Alexander Keiller drawing office is a new and exciting ongoing project, to bring another aspect of Avebury’s history to life....
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Wall-Tile replacement at Max Gate

Thomas Hardy’s Dorchester home, Max Gate, is having a facelift. The original wall ties, put in by the writer more than 130 years ago, have rusted through and are now causing the brickwork to crack and are being replaced by the National Trust building team.  The work will be happening on selected days throughout the...
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Thomas Hardy – the Stories behind the Poems

A series of poetry cards have been put on display by the National Trust team at Max Gate, near Dorchester, which explain the background to some of the poems Thomas Hardy wrote there....
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A new natural play trail opens at Leigh Woods in Bristol

A new play trail has opened at Leigh Woods near Bristol, cared for by conservation charity the National Trust. The trail uses natural materials and includes a range of separate activities to encourage families to explore more of the woodland, which forms part of the Avon Gorge Site of Special Scientific Interest....
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National Trust welcomes withdrawal of Park and Ride

The announcement that the Park and Ride scheme to the east of Bath will not proceed has been welcomed by the National Trust which cares for land overlooking the proposed sites....
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