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Now’s the time to plant hope for the future: ow.ly/5oYK50LMVEV With #NationalTreeWeek here, it’s the start of planting season. Donate £5 to help another sapling take root and create a greener tomorrow. Photo: Chris Lacey
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Now’s the time to plant hope for the future: ow.ly/5oYK50LMVEV With #NationalTreeWeek here, it’s the start of planting season. Donate £5 to help another sapling take root and create a greener tomorrow. Photo: Chris Lacey
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From Potter to Pemberley, there’s a whole host of films and TV shows that feature the places we care for: ow.ly/ujkg50LNCrS Photo: Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire by Chris Lacey. The hall stood in as Malfoy Manor in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1.
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Now here's a glow-up - @NTDyffrynG radiates colour in autumn. Photos: James Dobson
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Cup of...tea? Don't mind if we do. An 18th-century teapot from the collection at @SizerghCastleNT. Photo: Robert Thrift
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Choreographer Sadeck Waff and students from Bird College perform a human murmuration - a striking reminder of the beauty birds create when moving as one. World leaders must take inspiration from nature and produce a global plan to save it at #COP15. urgentconversation.org
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From the Med to County Down, the Italian Garden at Mount Stewart is just as beautiful in winter as it is in a heatwave. Photo: Jo Hatcher
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Turn up the volume to relax to nature’s soundtrack. #EveryoneNeedsNature
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Chocolate worm cake, anyone? Cocoa has long been used to mask the taste of medicine. These flavoured tablets, circa 1905, were advertised as a 'delicious sweetmeat' and designed to treat intestinal worm infestations. #NationalCakeDay Photo: Leah Band
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Rooting us in nature and reminding us to stand tall, spending time around trees can astound and inspire. Today marks the beginning of #NationalTreeWeek, and there is no better time to reconnect on a woodland walk: ow.ly/vags50LFG19 Photo: Mick Jones
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Your support means we can care for photography collections from the earliest negatives to present-day portraits. Putting names to the faces of those in photographs gives a personal insight into the history of places: ow.ly/PKiO50LNB6J Photo: John Hammond at Calke Abbey
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Worldwide, over one million species are threatened with extinction - but there is hope. The UN summit on biodiversity - #COP15 - is a once in a decade opportunity for world leaders to set nature-positive goals to halt and reverse biodiversity loss. Photo: Nick Upton
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To urge our leaders to take action to halt and reverse biodiversity loss before it’s too late, join this urgent conversation by signing the petition today: urgentconversation.org/
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A sunset brings the colours of an autumnal coastline to life, proving that seasides aren’t just for summer. Photo: John Miller at Godrevy, Cornwall. #EveryoneNeedsNature
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The Tudor era never fails to capture the imagination: The Wars of the Roses and the rise of a dynasty, Henry VIII and his six wives, and the first queen to rule England in her own right. Here's our pick of the best places to visit with Tudor connections: bit.ly/3V9tN9K
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The keeper of Souter Lighthouse once wore these for protection, likely while cleaning and caring for the lantern room. Discover more intriguing histories in 100 Curiosities and Inventions: bit.ly/3i8A4nr
There’s more to these than meets the eye. They’re identical to 19th-century mountaineering glasses but were used by someone in a very different profession. Can you guess who though? Illuminate us with the answer.
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Have you ever wanted to get into or out of a place without being noticed? At Calke Abbey in Derbyshire, hidden tunnels lead to cellars and outbuildings. Not entirely secret, they're open to visitors. Find more trivia about the places we care for here: ow.ly/iWtc50LGI2M
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Fairy tale scenes await - where will you be enjoying nature this week? #EveryoneNeedsNature
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Looks like @ErddigNT has redecorated for autumn. #EveryoneNeedsNature
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There’s more to these than meets the eye. They’re identical to 19th-century mountaineering glasses but were used by someone in a very different profession. Can you guess who though? Illuminate us with the answer.
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Deck the halls with boughs of holly... or a garland of dried flowers? This golden 60ft showstopper can be found adorning the Great Hall @CoteheleNT.
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