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Poppies add a cheery splash of colour to gardens, waysides or fields of crops; wherever they pop up, and in whatever shade they bloom. Have you seen any this summer in surprising places?
@blueisaac1 … around trail hunting and will be considering a number of issues before reviewing our position on trail hunting later this year. This means we will not be operating the usual licence application process during this period. (2/2)
@blueisaac1 Hello Isaac, we paused trail hunting on National Trust land last year following leaked Hunting Office webinars and a resultant police investigation. We’ve been listening carefully to both sides of a highly polarised and passionate debate… (1/2)
There’s still time to join @savebutterflies #ButterflyCount: https://t.co/DmtBmx3m9n Thanks to your continued support, we’re able to look after the grasslands and meadows where butterflies thrive. Photo: Fritillary butterfly with open wings perched on a flower head.
@RugbyGail @RugbyGail There really is something about black and white photos, so much drama in such a serene moment. Thanks for sharing Gail.
@TrishAtAspire @MottisfontNT @TrishAtAspire We love to see people getting inspired by the places we look after. Have you picked a spot for the new rose?
@elizabethfoy13 @CoteheleNT @elizabethfoy13 We're really happy you had such a wonderful time Elizabeth.
@Frogend_dweller @East_England_NT @WimpoleEstateNT @Frogend_dweller There is so much drama in these pictures, love them. Thanks so much for sharing
@WelliesAndWool @WelliesAndWool Thank you for your support, during the lockdown we prioritised essential maintenance and conservation tasks in our gardens, so it's great to see Dyffryn looking so fabulous.
@kidzventure @kidzventure There is always time for a bit of adventuring, definitely. How are the cows today?
@rebecca_lipkin @ClivedenNT @clivedenhouse @southeastNT @rebecca_lipkin Oh Rebecca, you'll make us blush!
@WAKTUCHALLENGE @SwansOfficial @WAKTUCHALLENGE What a great group, amazing teamwork. Thanks for sharing.
@flygirlNHM @flygirlNHM Amazing pictures Erica, we love seeing gnarly old trees and a few fungi. Did you manage to get a snack after your walk?
@cabbagepatch66 @cabbagepatch66 Hi Sue, thanks for getting in touch and apologies for the inconvenience. Our Supporter Services team are also on hand to help, if you give them a call on 0344 800 1895. We hope this helps.
@rebecca_lipkin @clivedenhouse @ClivedenNT @BloomsburyBooks @rebecca_lipkin We're having a lovely weekend, made all the better for seeing such a glorious display. Thanks for sharing Rebecca
@bgslone @WaddesdonManor @bgslone Hello Barbara, please contact our booking team 0344 249 1895. We hope this helps
@burrowingbolt @burrowingbolt What a handsome lad (?) Koko is and sure that he made lots of new friends!
@beeshapes1 @NostellNT @beeshapes1 Thanks for sharing, it's great to see how well the meadow is getting on after being reseeded in 2014.
@besenziht @besenziht That's two very keen explorers you have there. We hope you are enjoying your adventures today.
@SashaRoseneil @SashaRoseneil Not just you, there is definitely an elephantine appearance to it. Where was this taken Sasha?
@_Sue_Evans @_Sue_Evans Our Supporter Services team are also on hand to help, if you give them a call on 0344 800 1895. We hope this helps. (2/2)
@_Sue_Evans @_Sue_Evans Hi Sue, thanks for getting in touch. It’s possible to update your details online by setting up a My National Trust account here: https://t.co/qhCou9WH4j. (1/2)
@AdamT_78 @AdamT_78 Hello Adam, thanks for getting in touch. Our Supporter Services team are also on hand to help, if you give them a call on 0344 800 1895. We hope this helps.
@AlanJonesPRIBA @AlanJonesPRIBA Wow, thank you for paying us a visit in such a classic. Where are you off to next?
@morgyface @morgyface thanks for your message. We’re currently looking into introducing a digital card. However, we recognise that this won't be for everyone and we're looking at how it could work alongside the existing card so that members have a choice.
Dewy grass that tickles your toes and blooming roses that tempt your nose. Feel the ground beneath your feet at the places we care for and enjoy a barefoot kind of summer with a walk on the wild side: https://t.co/cFUOqDYE7a