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Replying to @relentlessdrnkr
Thank you. We appreciate your support, Richard.
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Replying to @ElmesJill
This report is an overview of current research into these connections and is part of our commitment to tell inclusive stories that reflect the whole of society. (2/2)
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Replying to @ElmesJill
Hello Ellen, the legacies of historic slavery and colonialism are reflected in the nation’s places, buildings and collections, including those we care for, and we’re committed to uncovering, exploring and sharing these histories. (1/2)
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Replying to @JoLewisHolmes
Thank you for your support, Jo.
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Thanks Helen, we really appreciate the support.
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Replying to @sbingo13 @visitwales
A good week for weather. Do you visit family here by this coast often?
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What a lovely photo! We're pleased to see the weather didn't dampen your spirits.
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Replying to @sbingo13 @visitwales
What a glorious view! Are you lucky enough to live locally?
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Replying to @nicolajr20
Thank you for your support, Nicola.
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Replying to @meals24
…commissioned wider research on historic slavery and the built environment with Historic England,and last year started investigating the links to historic slavery & colonialism at all the places in our care.This is the first time we’ve published these in one place.(2/2)
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Replying to @meals24
Thank you Amelia. We’ve researched and shared information before now on individual properties and through exhibitions and projects such as Colonial Countryside, and have contributed to books and publications on these topics in the past. We’ve also… (1/2)
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Replying to @Genus42
Thanks for your support, George.
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Replying to @AndrewWitherow2
What did you enjoy most about your visit here, Andrew?
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Replying to @JamesSu12329394
This report is an overview of current research into these connections and is part of our commitment to tell inclusive stories that reflect the whole of society. (2/2)
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National Trust 1h
Replying to @JamesSu12329394
Hello James, the legacies of historic slavery and colonialism are reflected in the nation’s places, buildings and collections, including those we care for, and we’re committed to uncovering, exploring and sharing these histories. (1/2)
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National Trust 1h
Replying to @vburrett
...We’ve shared the content for individual entries with them as part of our fact-checking process ahead of the report being published. (4/4)
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National Trust 1h
Replying to @vburrett
records of trade, commerce and ownership. Part of our review process for the report has included consulting families whose ancestors owned houses that are now in our care. (3/4)
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Replying to @vburrett
We look after them on everyone’s behalf because they’re part of all our shared history. The historic documents we used to help us trace the sources of wealth are the factual evidence we have at our disposal and there’s no blame involved – they’re merely ... (2/4)
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Replying to @vburrett
Hello Val, we commissioned this report last September. it’s the buildings and collections in our care and their connections to historic slavery that we’re exploring in the report – they’re not owned by the families whose ancestors owned them. (1/4)
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National Trust 2h
Are there any of our other places that you enjoy visiting?
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