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You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to finding a peaceful place to take a walk in the changing season: Photo: Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
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David Small 17h
A very special morning from Ivinghoe Beacon today. We were well and truly spoilt!
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Need some weekend inspiration? Why not spend a day among the colourful dahlias > 📷 Mike Selby
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Sounds like you had a fab break exploring Suffolk. Hopefully you'll be able to return and see us again soon.
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There's still time to book your place on the 5K fun-draising run next weekend >
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Ashridge Estate Sep 19
Standing still for a moment helps you to appreciate the sounds and sights of the woods Photo: Hugh Mothersole
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National Trust East Sep 19
When preparing for your roles, were there any places or stories that inspired you to get into character?
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Horsey Windpump NT Sep 19
Horsey Windpump is taking part in tomorrow (20/9). Come and explore this Norfolk Broads landmark for free! Last entry at 4pm >>
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Paul Constable Sep 19
Here's another from yesterday's at Wicken Fen in . I think this is my favourite of the morning.
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Orford Ness Sep 19
Available for bookings at all major literary festivals, Kite our sheepdog has just signed his first copies of Dogs of The National Trust! Come along to one of our Meet and Bleat talks for your chance to purchase a signed copy! 📷Andrew Capell
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National Trust East Sep 19
At the age of 16, Flo Wadlow left her family to begin what would become a distinguished life ‘in service’. And just like Mrs Patmore , she cooked for Queen Mary >
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National Trust East Sep 19
Looking great, particularly loving this heart shaped one, it's fab to see the first 9 underway of the
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National Trust East Sep 18
Thanks for all the questions for that's it for now, Rebecca signing off...
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National Trust East Sep 18
It would probably have to be the because to experiment and discover things when you're there, makes you feel like a kid again
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National Trust East Sep 18
It's far too delicate, but I'd love to play with the marionette of George Bernard Shaw from our collection >
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National Trust East Sep 18
For me, it has to be the Oseberg Ship at the in Oslo, the scale is awe inspiring and it's something I finally managed to visit last year. It's a similar appreciation I have for the story of the ship
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National Trust East Sep 18
Replying to @MarDixon
Only last year research into a painting by Dutch artist Simon de Vlieger, revealed it depicts a different battle scene to what experts had previously thought >
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National Trust East Sep 18
Just the sheer range of the collection in our care from a thermo nuclear bomb casing to a fire engine and a mummified cat
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National Trust East Sep 18
Surely at the we have to walk straight past the cake towards the scones
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National Trust East Sep 18
We've got a few toilets with a story to tell >
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