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Attingham in Mist. Photo: National Trust / Sarah Cunningham

Jog Off Your Jumper returns to Attingham Park

‘Jog Off Your Jumper’ will once again be returning to a wintery Attingham Park, the National Trust property on the outskirts of Shrewsbury.
Each of the stones has been hand painted by a member of the WI group. Photo: Paula Pierce

Poppy stones mark remembrance in National Trust woodland

Members of the Shropshire Federation WI have painted commemorative pictures onto stones at a series of workshops as an act of remembrance.
National Trust have released their top tips for helping wildlife this winter

National Trust rangers in Shropshire share how they look after wildlife in the winter – and how you can too

With the clocks set to go back this weekend, teams at National Trust properties across Shropshire are preparing the grounds in their care for winter – and are encouraging locals to do the same in their own gardens!
Runners are invited to enjoy a route through Dudmaston’s stunning woodland. Photo: ©National Trust / Natalie Kemp

National Trust woodland near Bridgnorth to host 10k trail run

A new monthly 10k trail run is being launched by the National Trust on the Dudmaston Estate, near Bridgnorth.
'Tree and dawn' by Andrew Fusek Peters

Wildlife and landscape photos go on display at Carding Mill Valley

A new display of wildlife and landscape photos from award-winning Shropshire photographer Andrew Fusek Peters are on display at the National Trust's Carding Mill Valley Chalet Pavilion Tea-room.
Heather on the Long Mynd has turned from a glorious purple to a muddy brown. Photo: Chris Pritchard

Heather landscape under threat on the Long Mynd due to climate change

The Long Mynd is suffering due to climate change as the impact of last year’s hot weather and increased pest activity has turned acres of heather from glorious purple to a muddy brown.
The Walled Garden at Attingham Park. Photo: National Trust/Rachel Barnes

Writer and broadcaster Jules Hudson to visit Attingham Park

Writer and broadcaster Jules Hudson will visit the National Trust’s Attingham Park this month, to sign copies of his book ‘Walled Gardens’.
The excavation last year revealed a building which was previously unknown. Photo: National Trust

Archaeologists return to Attingham Park

Following last year’s successful excavation of a ‘mystery building’ at Attingham Park, archaeologists will be returning to the site this week in the hope of answering some more of the questions surrounding the building.
Blankets of bluebells in Dudmaston’s Dingle. Photo: John Melhuish

Blooming good year for bluebells at Dudmaston

The blankets of bluebells at Dudmaston, a National Trust property near Bridgnorth in Shropshire, are thriving this year thanks to a programme of sensitive woodland management.
Image shows Dudmaston Hall in springtime. Photo: Jean-Pierre Camm

Dudmaston opens its gates for a brand new season

Spring has sprung at Dudmaston, a local National Trust property near Bridgnorth.
Attingham Park near Shrewsbury. Photo: National Trust

Attingham Park passes major visitor milestone

February marked a major milestone for the National Trust’s Attingham Park, as annual visitor figures reach over 500,000 for the first time.
The Mansion at Attingham. Photo: NT / Julianne Hatton

Illuminating ideas and half term fun at Attingham

Come rain or shine, there’s plenty to see and do at Attingham, the National Trust property on the outskirts of Shrewsbury, this half term.


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