Not all who wander are lost… but if you do find yourself stuck without a map, here’s a handy hint to get you back on track. We’ve teamed up with our partners @CotswoldOutdoor to help you get your bearings this #NationalWalkingMonth 🧭
Going for a stroll outdoors helps to keep our minds and bodies healthy, as well as getting us closer to nature. Soak in the sounds, signs and scents of springtime. #EveryoneNeedsNature #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek
Over the last year gardens, parks, woodlands and rivers have been places of comfort and solace for many of us. Take some time and unwind a little in nature this week. #EveryoneNeedsNature #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek
🌸 The delicate petals of blossom are unfurling and you can track its progress on our new map by sharing sightings with #BlossomWatch and having your location settings switched on: https://t.co/ZiuFriNseQ
A shimmering gown for actress Ellen Terry, but can you tell us which Shakespearian performance she wore it in? You'll find the dazzling beetle wing dress from @SmallhytheNT in our new 125 Treasures book, but no peeking at the answer.
We're partnering with @UniofExeter in a joint research initiative to explore how we can both best respond and adapt to environmental and cultural change, support wildlife renewal and improve wellbeing through nature: https://t.co/m6LFnk4hFR #PeopleInNatureNTEx @ResearchNT
Your support means we can continue to look after historic homes and priceless collections. Leaving a gift in your will keeps them safe for future generations to enjoy: https://t.co/Uldzduj1M9
Enjoying a coastal walk means not only can you feast your eyes on never-ending natural beauty, it'll also help you sleep better and lift your mood. #EveryoneNeedsNature #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek
A pioneer on the battlefields of Crimea, Florence Nightingale sowed the seeds of modern nursing, inspiring paintings and figurines in her likeness. This #InternationalNursesDay, discover the legacy of the ‘lady with the lamp’ at the places we care for: https://t.co/ulX8TO1vja
Looming over the village of Cerne Abbas, the chalk giant leaves little to the imagination, but one mystery still evades archaeologists; when did he appear? A recent study narrowed it down, but this giant isn’t sharing all his secrets. When - and how - do you think he appeared?
Getting out and immersing yourself in your local green spaces can help you breathe a sigh of relief, and bring some of that calm back with you. #EveryoneNeedsNature #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek